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A showcase of young talent at the Cresset

Wildcats will be showcasing their talents at The Cresset.
Wildcats will be showcasing their talents at The Cresset.

Wildcats Academy, based in Stamford but with classes across the Peterborough area, is putting the final touches to a showcase performance later this month featuring students aged from four to 22.

Wildcats Live - Don’t Stop Believing is being performed on the afternoon of June 25 and 26 (3.30pm) at The Cresset, in Peterborough, and features a number of hit songs including Living on a Prayer, Fame and Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go.

Wildcats Live is a culmination of a year’s work from classes across the Wildcats locations.

Children from Mini, Junior and Senior part-time classes will perform pieces perfected each week in class, along with full school songs.

The Post 16 Academy, comprising of those students aged 16 and over studying BTEC and HND courses, will also be taking part - performing their own individual class pieces and larger group numbers.

The 80s hits have been turned into Musical Theatre pieces, each telling its own story in this toe-tapping afternoon of music, singing and dance.

Caz Dolby, owner of Wildcats, said: “Wildcats Live is always a fantastic event which showcases all of our students from every age and ability level. It gives children and young people the chance to put their skills learned in class to use - learning how to be part of a large scale show.

“Wildcats Live is a fabulous show for all the family to enjoy - even those who do not have friends and relatives in the cast will love going ‘back to the 80’s’ in this lively showcase performance.”

For tickets call The Cresset box office01733 265705 or go to their website www.cresset.co.uk


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