TEENAGE cystic fibrosis sufferer Tamzin Truman, who has just recorded a charity record with DJ superstar Mark Ronson, will be helping to raise money for research when she sings in Bromham on November 25.

Tamzin, who was nurtured by Carol Berry at the musical theatre school First Stages in Devizes, will feature with other young people who have gone on to success as part of the charity concert at Bromham Social Club.

Mrs Berry said: "It’s a very a special charity benefit concert supporting The Cystic Fibrosis Trust UK, a charity very close to our hearts. "Tamzin is an inspirational young performer. She has recently recorded a charity single with musician and producer Mark Ronson.

Tamzin joined First Stages when she was about eight and Mrs Berry immediately saw her potential. The former Nursteed School pupil inspired her parents Justin and Andrea to become involved with the Wiltshire branch Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

In 2011 Tamzin, who then lived in Spitalcroft Road, Devizes was chosen by The Starlight Children’s Foundation to meet actress Ashley Tisdale, who played Sharpay Evans in the three High School Musical films, at the Soho Hotel in London as a reward for her bravery in dealing with her condition.

Tamzin, who now lives in Blackpool, recorded the charity single version of Valerie, as part of collaboration with the Rays of Sunshine Children's ten years after Ronson and his dear friend Amy Winehouse made it iconic. She and the nine other singers and musicians, aged 10 to 18, are all living with a serious or life-limiting illness.

Mrs Berry said: "It is now almost 10 years since First Stages, Devizes started training local young people in all aspects of musical theatre it is now all grown up.

"Some of those we have worked with over the years are now experienced and established performers and recording artists in their own right. We are now dedicated to promoting local talent, while at the same time helping charities which benefit young people."

The show features a fantastic line-up of several professional and semi-pro local young bands and solo singers including Burbank, Stuart Beck, James Duggan, Lloyd Edwards and Lottie Jenkins.

Tickets for the evening, which starts at 7pm cost £12 for adults and £8 for children. There will be food, a raffle and dancing. For tickets go to www.firststages.org.uk or buy from Devizes Books.