1,473 children will be singing something silly for Red Nose Day on 15 March at the Butterworth Hall at the University of Warwick.
Children from schools across Warwickshire will be there as part of the ‘Spectacular’ Concerts organised by Warwickshire County Music Service, who are running four major performances on the Friday and Saturday 15 and 16 March.
Head of Service Andrew Atkins says; “We run our annual ‘Spectaculars’ every year at the Arts Centre and this year we have four events with well over 2,000 young people taking part. It seemed fairly obvious to use our two events on the Friday to raise money for a great cause. In the afternoon our ‘Singtastic’ singing workshop will involve over 1,000 children from Warwickshire schools and we are back in the evening for the first of three major concerts featuring our area and county groups. We have 2,000 red noses and the audience should expect to join in as well.”
Mollie Dibb (12), who will be singing with the County Senior Girls’ Choir, said; “I can’t wait for the concert in the evening and I know the audience have to join in but I don’t know what they are doing yet.”
Further information about the Warwickshire County Music Service ‘Spectacular’ events can be found on the University of Warwick Arts Centre website, or from CMS on 01926 742630, email firstname.lastname@example.org