PJs and funkin’ for kids

Dumfries & Galloway Standard - - THE WEEKEND TICKET -

The young per­form­ers from Raz­za­mataz Dum­fries donned their PJs for a fun party to raise funds for char­ity.

The event raised money for the com­pany’s fu­ture fund which helps to fi­nance a schol­ar­ship of a former stu­dent to train at a per­form­ing arts col­lege or univer­sity.

This year’s pro­ceeds will be split with West Sound’s Cash for Kids.

The prin­ci­pal of Raz­za­mataz Dum­fries, Pam Dixon, said: “We have had a num­ber of PJ days be­fore, which the chil­dren have loved and we have raised a lot for our fu­ture fund.

“Raz­za­mataz has been able to help fi­nance stu­dents through per­form­ing arts col­lege and we are now in the po­si­tion of watch­ing their suc­cess in the in­dus­try.”

To en­cour­age young­sters to try some­thing new, Raz­za­mataz Dum­fries is invit­ing cur­rent stu­dents to bring a friend along to let them ex­pe­ri­ence per­form­ing arts fun and take part in the danc­ing, singing and act­ing classes at no cost.

Raz­za­mataz Dum­fries is held at The The­atre Royal ev­ery Mon­day from 1.30pm to 8pm. Visit www.dum­fries.raz­za­mataz. co.uk for fur­ther de­tails.

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