VIDEO: Workington am dram group film second music video inspired by Carpool Karaoke
A Workington am dram group have released their second video inspired by comedian James Corden and his Carpool Karaoke.
Workington and District Amateur Musical Society members Kimberley Fisher, Bethany Foster and Rebekah Jardine joined Daniel MacCreedy in his car for the video, to promote their forthcoming production of Legally Blonde.
The group sang Don't Stop Believing, Bring It All Back To You, Take Me to Heaven from Sister Act and Positive from Legally Blonde.
Wadams will present Legally Blonde The Musical at the Carnegie Theatre on April 19 to 22 at 7.15pm.
It features Becca Milligan as Elle Woods, Adam MacCreedy as Emmet Forrest, Jack Pike as Warner Huntington III, Kimberley Fisher as Paulette Bonefonte, Philippa Hawley as Vivienne Kensington, Sophie Edmondson as Brooke Wyndham, Dan O'Hagan as Prof Callaghan, Ryan O'Hagan as Kyle B O'Boyle, and Rebekah Jardine, Abbie Johnson, Evie Askew as Delta Nu members.
Tickets are £14 each, available at or on 01900 602122.