Freya show her class she has the Razz Fac­tor

Rutherglen Reformer - - Rutherglen Rep - Kenny Smith

A tal­ented Cam­bus­lang young­ster sparkled when she took part in a tal­ent show last month.

Freya McCor­mack was tak­ing part in The Razz Fac­tor, a show held in the Couper In­sti­tute in Clark­ston, and run by the New­ton Mearns- based Raz­za­mataz The­atre School.

Raz­za­mataz is op­er­ated by Cam­bus­lang mum of two Lyndsey Lough­ery, and and her friend Louise McHendry, and they were de­lighted to wel­come 2013 X Fac­tor con­tes­tant Ni­cholas McDon­ald along to be one of their judges.

Sev­eral of the chil­dren who at­tend Raz­za­mataz come from Cam­bus­lang.

Lyndsey said: “We had a fan­tas­tic night and Ni­cholas McDon­ald came to judge for us.

“Freya McCor­mack from New­ton Farm won joint first with another girl, Erin Whar­ton from New­ton Mearns. It was well de­served.

“Freya’s only eight and although a fan­tas­tic singer is not the most con­fi­dent when in front of an au­di­ence - so much so that she didn’t want to au­di­tion at all, but at the last minute her friends in class per­suaded her she should. Although ob­vi­ously not pre­pared, she still man­aged to win over the judges. She’s a lovely wee girl and a wee in­spi­ra­tion to all in her class at Razz.”

Freya, from New­ton Farm, won joint first. It was well de­served

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