Andrew Lloyd Webber charity raises money for disadvantaged schools with help from Simon Cowell and Jason Donovan


A CHARITY backed by Andrew Lloyd Webber has raised important funds because of a star-studded occasion.

Britain’s Got Talent decide Simon Cowell, Strictly Come Dancing legend Arlene Phillips and Loose Women’s Janet Street-Porter all attended a particular live performance.

The occasion in London was to have a good time the tenth anniversary of the charity Music in Secondary Schools Trust.

MiSST works with UK schools to help kids from Year 7 to Year 9 be taught devices.

Its Andrew Lloyd Webber programme has given tens of 1000’s of youngsters throughout the nation a musical schooling they could not have had in any other case.

Concertgoers have been handled to a efficiency of Any Dream Will Do from the musical Joseph with a particular visitor look from Jason Donovan, who dominated the position within the 90s.

The occasion, held on the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, included music by classical, jazz and movie composers.

It included greater than 250 college students from across the nation picked by their schools to characterize the MiSST programme.

Andrew, 75, joined the scholars on stage for a efficiency and gave a rousing speech concerning the significance of classical music.

All of the money raised on the evening goes to supporting MiSST associate schools on the Andrew Lloyd Webber programme.


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