singers prepare to perform busy show in town this Saturday
rehearsals are underway for a production by Burnham-On-Sea's 'Siobhan
Johnson Singers' this weekend.
group of local singers will perform a line-up of entertaining
songs from films and musicals, old and new, called 'Strictly Come
Singning' this Saturday (28th June) at 7pm in Burnham's Princess
from 'Les Miserables,' 'Jesus Christ Superstar,' 'Frozen,' Evita,'
'Hairspray,' 'Lion King,' and 'My Fair Lady,' will be among the
show will include several Highbridge Festival Gold Medal winning
soloists, together with Gold Medal winners 'Burnham Youth Choir'
and the adult Gold Medal Winning choir 'Burnham On Song.'
will be 60 singers performing in total alongside special guest
cabaret dancers from Burnham dance centre 'Dancefit' who will
dazzle the audience with their show-stopping routines.
youngest singer Leah Norton from Brent Knoll School has only recently
turned six and will be singing a beautiful and moving version
of 'Part of your World' from The Little Mermaid.
is her first performance for us and she will certainly bring a
few tears to the audiences' eyes!" Siobhan told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
will also be singing 'Do you want to build a Snowman' from the
newest Disney film 'Frozen' together with Gold Medal Winner 'Rachel
Perry' and Silver Medallist 'Lauren Boase.'"
Salmon, our oldest singer at 84 years, and again a Gold Medallist
from the Highbridge Festival, will charm the ladies with his winning
rendition of 'A Street Where You Live' from 'My Fair Lady.'
Llywarch, 15, a seasoned performer and a Gold and Silver Medallist
at local festivals will also be exercising his strong baritone
voice to a moving performance of 'Bring Him Home,' from 'Les Miserables,'
and 'Sunset Boulevard.'
are available from the Princess Theatre, priced at standard seats
£8.50 and concessions £5.50. Call 01278 784464 to
is a wonderful opportunity to bring all my singers together to
perform at and support our local theatre," added Siobhan.
my singers have worked extremely hard this year and even as far
back as last September as they have been in constant demand and
have performed at local festivals, concerts, charity events and
has been an extremely successful year with them all and I thank
them for all their hard work, time and patience as it takes alot
of time and hard work to achieve what they have all achieved this