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Young performers get funny for money

PUBLISHED: 14:24 16 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:17 11 May 2010

Something funny for money: Performers from the Fay Bedford Stage School raised £40 for Comic Relief.

Something funny for money: Performers from the Fay Bedford Stage School raised £40 for Comic Relief.

YOUNG performers from the Fay Bedford Stage School put their comic skills to the test on Friday to do something funny for money on Red Nose Day. Boys and girls, aged from three to 14 went head to head doing comedy sketches featuring Charlie Chaplin and Good Ship Lollipop.

YOUNG performers from the Fay Bedford Stage School put their comic skills to the test on Friday to do something funny for money on Red Nose Day. Boys and girls, aged from three to 14 went head to head doing comedy sketches featuring Charlie Chaplin and Good Ship Lollipop. The event, held at Bradwell Community Centre, raised £40.

For pictures and Red Nose reports galore, see this Friday's Mercury.

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