WEST End stars will take the stage in Chipping Norton alongside young musicians from the Cotswolds for two fundraising shows of movie music on Sunday.

A Very Hollywood Christmas will raise money for Macmillan Cancer Relief and for Emma’s Trust, a charity founded in memory of former Chipping Norton School pupil Emma Curtis-Smith, who died aged 18 in 2005, after a severe asthma attack led to a heart attack.

The trust helps young people who, like Emma, are interested in sports and performing arts.

The West End performers will be accompanied by 20 young musicians from Chipping Norton School and The Cotswold School, in Bourton-on-the-Water, who make up the Young Company.

There will be two 90-minute performances, packed with hits from movie classics such as Moulin Rouge and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Oscar-winning songs from Frozen at Chipping Norton School, in Burford Road, at 4pm and 7pm.

Tickets include cabaret table seats priced at £25 and side balcony seats priced £10, from The Theatre box office in Goddards Lane, Chipping Norton, or call 01608 642350.