Bahrain trip for Sidmouth singer Luanne

Sidford teenager to sing in Music High at Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix event

TALENTED Sidford singer, Luanne Hoare, will head to the Middle East next week to perform at the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix championship.

Despite concerns the race may not go ahead because of unrest there, Luanne, 16, from Sidford Road, will join five other young people from Devon, aged 15-20, who form Music High, a tribute to High School Musical and Hannah Montana.

They will be part of the children’s spectator entertainment for the race, which is scheduled to take place at the Sakhir circuit on Sunday, April 22.

Luanne and her fellow performers, Ryan Duscha, 20, Grant Williams, 18, and Jade Hockings, 18, from Torquay, Jasmine Kewell, 20, from Newton Abbot and Hannah Partridge, 15, from Plymouth, have a gruelling schedule ahead of them, with five 20-minute performances over three days.

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Luanne, a pupil at The King’s School, Ottery St Mary, a finalist in last year’s Talent South West contest, is, said mum Marsha, “really excited and looking forward to going.”

After meeting with Rebecca Marks of Scarlett Entertainment agency on Wednesday, Marsha said: “She will be chaperoned out there and she won’t have a lot of free time.

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“There are a lot of rehearsals and photo opportunities there, it is a tight schedule.”

She and husband Andrew had expressed concern at allowing Luanne to go to Bahrain, but said she had been reassured she would be safe.

“If it does get cancelled we can’t do anything about it, but speaking to Becky it is all systems go,” she said.

Music High has performed at many Devon venues and events as well as international appearances, including Same Difference concert tour support, Woodlands Adventure Park, Paignton’s Palace Theatre and Gibralter International Boat Show.

Nearer to home you can catch Music High in action in Paignton in July, when they perform alongside acts such as S-Club and 911, and at Exeter’s Barnfield Theatre in October.

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