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Drama students dress up for Children in Need

An elf, the Tin Man and a dancing dragon all helped an Island theatre school raise money for charity.

Razzamataz Theatre School held a fun day to raise money for Children in Need.

Thirty five students joined in with the dancing and drama games in fancy dress, and asked family and friends to sponsor them.

The BBC came along to film the fun and the children enjoyed street dance and pop routines.

Razzamataz students have so far raised more than £200 for Children in Need and the total is set to rise as more sponsorship money is collected.

Mandy Russell, principal at Razzamataz, said: “The day was great fun – we had dancing dragons and singing cowboys among many other characters.

“The students really got into the spirit of the day and raised lots of money for Children in Need.

“The BBC coming along to film was a lovely surprise and they can’t wait to see themselves on TV on Friday evening.”

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