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Wildcats prepare to return to the West End!

Award winning Wildcats Theatre School, with classes in and around Stamford have today announced that they will be returning to the West End to perform with the West End Wildcats troupe.

Award winning Wildcats Theatre School, with classes in and around Stamford have today announced that they will be returning to the West End to perform with the West End Wildcats troupe.

West End Wildcats, is a registered charity which sets out to improve children's confidence and abilities through performing in stunning venues.  The troupe have already performed twice at Her Majesty's Theatre, home of Phantom of the Opera and the Royal Albert Hall.  The troupe are now about to start preparations for a third performance at Her Majesty's - which will be their biggest yet.  The troupe will be performing 3 medleys from hit musicals including Cats, The new Adams Family Musical and Jason Robert Brown's '13'. Alongside the main West End Wildcat troupe, the Post 16 academy will be performing a special medley of songs from the musical 'Ghost'.
 
The West End Wildcats charity work throughout the year raising funds for these events.  Alongside this they manage funding to allow children with special educational needs access high quality performing arts workshops and activities, as well as developing interest and love of musical theatre in mainstream schools.  Over the coming months the charity will be offering workshops to local primary and secondary schools that introduce students to musical theatre and bring the 'West End' to Stamford.
 
Caz Dolby, Founder of Wildcats and Trustee of West End Wildcats said 'This performance will give the children involved a great deal of confidence not only in their abilities as a performer, but also in everyday life. The shows are life achievements that can be looked back on with a great deal of pride as children get older.'
 
Rehearsals start this week at Queen Eleanor School, with children from across the area taking part.  West End Wildcats is made up of 58 local children aged 5-19 years.