Faith to appear with many ‘stars’ from Stage and TV for Jenny Seagrove’s Mane Chance Charity.

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Faith will be appearing at The Royal Windsor Theatre alongside many stars including fellow Champions signings, NIKI EVANS and ANDY ABRAHAM.

CLASS ACT 2

On Sunday 20 March at 7.30pm a host of stars from television and stage will unite for a top evening of entertainment at the Theatre Royal Windsor in support of the charity Mane Chance Sanctuary.

'Class Act 2' Gala will be hosted by:

Alison Hammond from  ITV's 'This Morning', Matt Evers from ITV's 'Dancing on Ice' and Gemma Oaten from 'Emmerdale'

The star-studded line up will also feature:

Dr Ranj Singh from ITV's 'This Morning', Andy Abraham from 'The X Factor', Rosemary Ashe, Angie Best, Lorraine Chase, Mike Christie from 'G4', Carol Cleveland from  'Monty Python', Sara Crowe, Mark Curry and Robert Duncan.

Niki Evans from 'The X Factor', Anita Harris, Steve Hewlett from 'Britain's Got Talent', Dr Evadne Hinge, Mike Holoway, Peter Howarth,Margaret Keys, Andrew Lancel, Rula Lenska, Aimi Macdonald, Ruth Madoc, Roy Marsden, Jessica Martin, Robert Meadmore, Vicki Michelle, Lyn Paul, Michael Praed, Jamie Pugh from  'Britain's Got Talent', Johnny Robinson from 'The X Factor', Richard & Adam from 'Britain's Got Talent', Rose-Marie, Jenny Seagrove, Ann Widdecombeand Finty Williams

Also featuring performances by:

The Jive Aces The UK's #1 Jive & Swing Band, Fabio D'Angelo & Amy Ward, The UK's #1 Swing Singer Asa Murphy, Berkshire Theatre Company, Dancing Nikita Company, Aaron Jenson, Nathan Somerville, Faith Tucker, Kris Diva, Redroofs School for the Performing Arts, Romford Drum & Trumpet Corps, World Champions -Tap Attack, The Rockabellas and The Royal Harmonics.

Mane Chance Sanctuary, whose mission is to rescue and rehabilitate old, abused and abandoned horses, was founded in 2011 by actress Jenny Seagrove. The 47 acre site in Compton, Surrey is a vast oasis of peace and tranquillity and currently home to 25 residents. The horses are integrated within the local community and the sanctuary regularly welcomes sick, special needs and under privileged youngsters to visit, they also take the equine residents to those unable to travel.

Jenny Seagrove, founder of Mane Chance Sanctuary said; “We are absolutely thrilled that so many wonderful artists are supporting Class Act 2 at the Theatre Royal Windsor! The evening will raise much needed funds to help us continue the work we do helping both horses and people! Help us help them is our motto. We are eternally grateful for the help!”