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Wildcats perform at Stamford Town Hall for the local Community

The Wildcats supported Stamford Town Council on Friday 27th April by performing at their yearly concert for local people.

On Friday 27th April, students from the award winning Wildcats who are based in Stamford, performed to an audience oflocal senior citizens alongside councillors and the Mayor of Stamford, Councillor John Binder.
 
The concert, which was organised by Stamford Town Council for local residents included performances from both Wildcats Theatre School students as well as local choir 'A handful of Harmonies'.
 
Performances from Wildcats included Georgia Burdock, Age 11 from Baston, and Chloe Patman, Age 12 from Baston who performed 'What is this feeling' from the hit musical Wicked. Erin Fisk, Age 5 from Deeping St James performed a song from the new musical 'Matilda'.  Alongside this there were a number of other solo performances from Wildcat students.
 
Olivia Thompson, from Bourne and Paige Briggs from Uffington performed a duet to the song 'My Favourite Things' from The sound of Music.
 
Caz Dolby, Founder of Wildcats said 'We like to support local events and performances, and saw this as a great way for the students give something back to the local community.  The children all enjoyed taking part in the performance and loved performing in the Town halls impressive room.'