Doncaster-based Stars In Our Eyes appealing for new singers

A singing troupe which raises money for charity is appealing for more performers to join them.

Friday, 12th February 2016, 10:07 am
Updated Friday, 12th February 2016, 11:05 am
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The Conisbrough-based Stars In Our Eyes group formed in 2003 and is estimated to have raised more than £1 million for a range of charities through their thrilling performances at venues across the region.

The group is mainly made up of tribute acts depicting stars such as Freddie Mercury, Dolly Parton and Boy George but their numbers have recently dropped from 17 to 12.

They are now appealing for new members to join the group.

Colin Rufus, who has been involved with the group for many years, said: “We help performers to make contacts and become known. Many go on to professional careers.”

Charities which have previously benefited from the group includes Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in Rotherham, Lions International, Help for Heroes and the Aurora Centre.

The group is based at Denaby Main Institute and rehearsals are held on Wednesdays between 7pm and 11pm. Contact Colin on 01709 869734.