Youngster wins year-long scholarship at Razzamatazz Theatre School

Rachel Wakefield

Lucky Jay Coke is the winner of The Razzamatazz School Scholarship competition.

The 14-year-old's dad, Barry Coke, of Great Hollands, Bracknell, correctly answered September's competition question posed in the Maidenhead Advertiser and online, winning his son a year-long scholarship at the school in Reading.

Jay has already been put through his paces this month, filming Scrambled for CiTV with his new friends. The training at this weekend arts school is endorsed by Dragon's Den entrepreneur Duncan Ballantyne. The support will prepare Jay to express himself in any way he wishes.

Currently, he is deep in rehearsals, practising carol singing for the Christmas Light Switch On at Broad Street Mall, Reading.

Jay is enjoying his scholarship at Razzamatazz's newest venue at Maiden Erlegh School, Reading. The venue is officially opening for youngsters on Saturday, November 12, and Reading's Team GB Gymnast, Mia Peverall, will be cutting the ribbon.

For further details telephone 0118 4050 060 or email reading@razzamataz.co.uk.

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