PEOPLE with learning disabilities will be showcasing their musical skills as they raise money for Red Nose Day on Thursday night.
The members of CLASP will be performing at The Bradbury Centre in Wokingham’s Rose Street from 7.30pm.
The programme will include songs chosen by CLASP members and there will be solos, audience participation and songs for all ages.
The charity has often teamed up with another Wokingham choir, Sing Healthy Choirs, for a range of performances and this is no exception – and the group will also be running a cake stall and a chocolate raffle.
CLASP said they would appreciate donations of chocolate saying it can be any size from a small chocolate bar to a giant Easter egg.
Entry for the concert, on Thursday, March 23, is by donation with all proceeds donated to Comic Relief.
For more details, or to find out more about CLASP’s work with Wokingham people with learning disabilities, log on to www.wokinghamclasp.org.uk