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WILDCATS LEAD ENTERTAINMENT AND WARM UP AT STAMFORD BURGHLEY SANTA RUN 2018​​​​​​​

Wildcats Theatre School, based in Stamford with classes across the local area took to the stage on Sunday as part of the Stamford Burghley Santa Run 2018.

Wildcats Theatre School, based in Stamford with classes across the local area took to the stage on Sunday as part of the Stamford Burghley Santa Run 2018.

Selected students performed solos on the stage before the event, and at 11.15am over 1000 ‘Santas’ took part in a mass warm up with Caz Dolby, the schools owner and selected students.

Amelia-Jayne Thompson-Collins, age 10 from Ketton and who attends Ketton C of E Primary school sang ‘Never Fall in Love with an Elf’ from the hit musical ‘Elf’.  Amelia performed only last week at the Oakham lights switch on event, and was keen to get back on the stage.

Alongside Amelia, her sister Megan-Jayne, age 12 from Bourne Grammar School sang leading solos in two of the songs.  Megan said 'It was an enjoyable experience to be part of the Wildcats team to perform at the Santa Run on Sunday. Great fun to sing to everybody present.’

Also performing was Saskia Haley, age 10 from Oakham and a student at Brooke Hill Academy.  She performed ‘I believe’ from the famous Christmas film ‘Polar Express’. 

Caz Dolby, owner of Wildcats said ‘It is always a pleasure to support this event every year and entertain the Santa’s before the run.  The warm up is always a highlight in the Wildcats calendar and it was fabulous to see so many of those involved join in and be part of the fun.’

For more information about Wildcats go to www.wildcats.org.uk or email admin@wildcats-uk.com

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Notes:

Event Performers:  Amelia and Harriet Templeman, Saskia Haley, Phoebe Bryant, Megan-Jayne and Amelia-Jayne Thompson-Collins, Tom Gibson-Riley, Matilda Kelly and Evie Alexander.