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Charity Single released in aid of Cancer Research UK

Musical theatre songwriters Rob Eyles and Robert Gould recently completed the recording of a
charity Christmas song with a stellar cast of West End and Off West End vocalists and an ensemble of
students at Guildford School Of Acting. “The Image Of A Child”, sales of which will raise funds for
Cancer Research UK, was recorded at Auburn Jam Music and at GSA with orchestrations by Scott
Morgan and additional arrangements, recording, production and mixing by Joe Davison.

The soloists featuring on the recording of The Image Of A Child are: Sabrina Aloueche (The Great
American Trailer Park Musical, We Will Rock You, Les Miserables) , Adam Bayjou (Les
Miserables, Assassins, Love Story), Kieran Brown (The Phantom Of The Opera, Pipe Dream,
Wicked, Love Never Dies), Rob Houchen (Titanic, Les Miserables, Godspell), Carolyn Maitland
(Groundhog Day, Miss Saigon, From Here To Eternity, Kiss Me Kate), Kayleigh McKnight (Les
Miserables, Starting Here Starting Now, Bend It Like Beckham), Michael Rees (Girlfriends), Emily
Tierney (Ghost, Wicked, The Wizard Of Oz).

The ensemble of GSA students includes: Hollie Aires, Jennifer Beverage, Sam Cain, Mary-Jean
Caldwell, Will Carey, Darragh Cowley, Dom Groves, Michiel Janssens, Josh Zac Jenkins, Jaqui
Kerschenbaum, Kirsten Mackie, Cameron McAllister, Dilz Millington, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Ally
Retburg, Ellisha Slater, Annie Southall, Ed Tunningley, Shak G. Williams.

“The Image Of A Child” will be available to download on iTunes and Amazon from December 1,
2016 and there will be a Just Giving Page created for further donations to be made to the worthy
cause of Cancer Research UK.

“The spirit of the first Christmas calls out from distant ages.

Its simple truth speaks volumes in a world where hatred rages.

Let’s all imagine the image of that new-born child, delicate and small.
Let’s all remember the story that told of a birth welcomed by a star.

If we all think of that, maybe we can turn

Before all our bridges burn

To forgive and grow and learn

To be much greater than we are”.

Rob Eyles SoundCloud