A celebratory concert is being held to mark the 25th anniversary of Stagecoach Theatre Arts.
Seven Stagecoach schools from across Nottinghamshire, including two schools from Mansfield, will take part in the event on 6th July.
It will see students perform a 10 minute version from musicals like The Wizard of Oz and the Lion King at The Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.
Ginny Hartman, Principal of Stagecoach West Bridgford, said: “All the students and teachers involved are very excited about celebrating our anniversary in this way and are really looking forward to the event.
“We’re working hard at our Saturday sessions to perfect our part of the performance and can’t wait to see it all come together.
“We hope to fill the Royal Concert Hall and raise lots of money for our two chosen charities in the process.”
The event will raise money through ticket sales for Diabetes UK and the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Frances Finn, BBC Radio Nottingham presenter, who will be compering the show said: “I’m really looking forward to seeing the children performing their chosen routines and can’t think of a better way to raise money for two wonderful charities.”
Tickets are available from the Royal Concert Hall box office on 0115 989 5555 or by visiting the website.