Talented youngsters will will "reach for the stars" at Newton Aycliffe charity concert (From The Advertiser Series)
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Talented youngsters will will "reach for the stars" at Newton Aycliffe charity concert
THE biggest hits from the 1950s and beyond will be performed at a popular charity concert next month.
Now in its fifth year, the Mad Productions Annual Charity Concert, at the Xcel Centre, in Newton Aycliffe, looks set to be a night to remember, boasting an action-packed programme of singing, dancing and comedy.
This year, the theme is Reach for the Stars and will see the young performers take the audience on a musical journey from the 1950s to the present day.
Sonia Scott, founder and leader of Mad Productions, a youth performing arts group which meets at Newton Aycliffe Youth Centre, said: “The concert is all about celebrating the talents of our young people. They really are amazing.”
Last year, the concert raised more than £1,200 for the Great North Air Ambulance and Ms Scott hopes to raise just as much –if not more- for this year’s charity, Hope for Justice.
The charity works to put an end to human trafficking and slavery in the UK.
The concert takes place on October 5 and doors open at 6.30pm.
Tickets cost £5 and entry is free to children under ten who are accompanied by an adult.
To book, contact Joan Clark on 01325-307522 or Ms Scott on 01325-310991.
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