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Kevin Bishop to launch Bickley theatre school’s festive charity album

PUBLISHED: 17:25 08 November 2012

Kevin Bishop arriving for the UK Premiere of Keith Lemon : The Film, at the Vue West End, London.

Kevin Bishop arriving for the UK Premiere of Keith Lemon : The Film, at the Vue West End, London.

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Actor Kevin Bishop will help launch a charity Christmas album on Saturday at a circus themed star-studded event in aid of Demelza Children’s Hospice.

The album has been produced by Studio 74 Dance and Theatre School, in Bickley, where the fundraising evening will be held.

Beckenham born star, Bishop, will lead guests through performances from Circus Space Artistes, as well as a visit from Chelsea footballer Ryan Bertrand.

The studio’s team of singers, song writers and producers dedicated their time to produce the album that includes Christmas carols and original tunes.

Director and event organiser, Claudine Payne, said: “We hope to raise as much money as possible from the launch party and sales of the Christmas album for this very worthy cause.

“If we can just make life a little easier or put a smile on one of these children’s faces, then we have accomplished what we set out to do.”

Copies of the album Light Up can be purchased from any of the 19 Demelza charity shops, including High Street, West Wickham. It is also available at Studio 74 Theatre School and on iTunes.


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