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Annual variety show was a ‘fantastic’ success
A VARIETY show which raises funds for a Tamworth cancer centre took place at the weekend – and was a huge success.
The fourth annual Foxy Variety Show, organised in aid of the Sharon Fox Cancer Centre, saw a host of stars take to the stage.
And organisers hope the event will have raised more than £2,500 for the charity.
Britain’s Got Talent’s saxophonist Julian Smith wowed a sold-out audience, along with Linda Nolan and Robbie William’s tribute act Tom Vaughan.
The Herald’s Entertainer of the Year Glen Chevannes compered and sang, and there were also performances from NRG street dance crew and from singer Vicki Gordon.
Sharon Fox said: “It was absolutely amazing. We are organising next year’s show already.
“We had Britain’s Got Talent’s Julian Smith there and he absolutely raised the roof.”
Linda Nolan, of the Nolan Sisters fame, is patron of the Sharon Fox Cancer Centre.
“We are thrilled that Linda Nolan could make it because she has been caring for her sister at the moment who has cancer,” Sharon said.
“We have been holding the show every year and it will be our fifth show next year,” Sharon said. “We are hoping to have a longer show next time with even more acts.
“All of the acts were fantastic.”
See photo’s from the event by clicking here.
(Article published by Paul Kemp on the Tamworth Herald website April 30, 2013)