Erith concert organised by teens in aid of NSPCC

PUBLISHED: 15:33 27 January 2012

Scott and Natasha

Scott and Natasha


Two teenagers have organised a concert, ranging from musical theatre, to swing, to pop and classical, in aid of a children’s charity.

Tomorrow’s (3) concert at the Queen Street Baptist Church, Queen Street, Erith, at 7.30pm, has been organised by Scott Godfrey and Natasha Kissane, both aged 19 from Erith, who met at a music centre when they were eight-years-old.

They met at Bexley Music Centre, now called Bird College in Station Road, Sidcup, where they both sang in junior and youth choirs. Mr Godfrey said: “Natasha and I are doing the concert in aid of the National Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Children, as we believe that it’s a worthy cause that could always benefit from more funding. People, and we are included in this, often take what a good and safe childhood they have for granted, often forgetting that others childhoods are filled with hurt, danger and violence. I work in a school myself, so I am passionate about the safeguarding of children, and Natasha always wanted to donate when she was younger, but was never old enough, or could never afford to donate.”

Tickets are £5 and £4 for concessions. For tickets call Mr Godfrey on 07906210560 or email

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