Published Tuesday, 11th April 2017
Over 80 young people from Redhill, Reigate, Horley and Banstead got a taste of the limelight when they appeared on stage at the Harlequin Theatre in Star for a Night, the council's variety show.
They were joined by Josh Bailey, the young singer from Reigate who appeared on BBC’s Let it Shine show and who took part in Star for a Night in previous years.
Participants in Star for a Night were in with the chance of winning a scholarship or recording session to add to their creative arts experience. The winners are:
- Paige Cawtheray, Cara Alonso, Katie Musk and Chloe Dunne - winners of a recording session with Masterlink Productions in Epsom
- Sophie Cawtheray won a musical theatre scholarship - winner of a one year at Starlight Performing Arts
- Tia Freeman - winner of a dance scholarship for one year at the Reigate School of Ballet & Commercial Dance
- Joshua and Dan Sutton - awarded a special dance commendation for one year at the Reigate School of Ballet & Commercial Dance.
Councillor Ros Mill, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council Executive Member for Leisure and Wellbeing, says: “Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is delighted to be able to provide opportunities like Star for a Night to help local young people develop their talents. It’s been a joy this year to see the participants grow in confidence and ability from the auditions and during the rehearsals – the final shows were fabulous!”
“I’d like to thank the Reigate School of Ballet, Starlight Performing Arts and local councillors for supporting Star for a Night,” added Cllr Mill.
More information about the show is on our Star for a Night webpages.