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Discover singing talents at Leamington charity evening

Dimitria Lubinga collects water from an unsafe open well in Habeenzu village in Zambia. Picture by Anna Kari for WaterAid.

Dimitria Lubinga collects water from an unsafe open well in Habeenzu village in Zambia. Picture by Anna Kari for WaterAid.

Musical talents from Leamington are taking the stage at the LAMP on Sunday (March 23) to help raise funds for WaterAid’s projects in Africa and India.

Pupils from the Leamington-based Undiscovered Stars singing academy will perform at the venue at their Singing For Water evening from 6pm. Tickets £7 (£3.50 for children) with proceeds to the charity. To book, call 07896 852481 or email undiscoveredstars@live.co.uk

The academy is led by singing teacher Dee Gautama, who has 30 years’ experience of working as a cabaret performer. To find out more, visit www.theundiscoveredstars.co.uk

To read about WaterAid, visit www.wateraid.org

 

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