Lockdown musical needs funding
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Members of a theatre group are fundraising to stage a musical.
A selection of the Re:ACT team have written a musical while in lockdown in response to the rise of domestic abuse cases during the coronavirus pandemic.
The team of five women, all under the age of 30, have created a fully scripted and orchestrated musical to engage, educate, and entertain.
Their aim is to draw audiences in with humour and charm, but to leave with a clear message.
The group needs to raise £5,000 for the first stage of the project, to record an original cast album.
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They also intend to donate 50 per cent of album profits to domestic abuse charity, Refuge, along with retaining a role in the production, specifically for a drama graduate.
To donate money, log on to natwestbackherbusiness.co.uk/blackwidowsmusical
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