First prize for young Sheffield singer

Scarlett Halliday, aged six, has won a national competition for a bursary entitiling her to free training at Razzamataz theatre school.

Scarlett Halliday, aged six, has won a national competition for a bursary entitiling her to free training at Razzamataz theatre school.

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A YOUNG Sheffield singer and dancer is on top of the world after winning free classes for a city stage school.

Scarlet Halliday, aged six, from Mosborough, is one of three youngsters nationally to win a Barbie Bursary.

The award was offered to budding pop stars aged between four and eight, by Universal and Mattel in conjunction with stage school Razzamataz.

The scholarship will run for a year, allowing Scarlet access to over £550 worth of performing arts tuition including specialist workshops, multiple performance opportunities, and allowing her to make new friends and learn new skills.

Scarlet’s mum Elinor said: “I am so pleased for Scarlet because she has been asking for performing arts classes for months. She is always dancing and singing for us and I think it’s really important we nurture it.”

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