Events held to help Keighley boy Callum

Keighley News: Vying for the King’s crown were (from left) Big Soup’s Elvis impersonators Matthew Rayner, Simon Gorman and David Parr Vying for the King’s crown were (from left) Big Soup’s Elvis impersonators Matthew Rayner, Simon Gorman and David Parr

Elvis has left the building but fundraising for Callum Ingham will go on.

Big Soup Theatre Company raised £1,110 for the seriously-ill Keighley boy with an Elvis night last Saturday.

The actors plan to continue raising cash for Callum with other entertainment events through the spring.

Big Soup, whose members have learning disabilities, hosted tribute act the Idle Elvis at its base in Springfield Mills.

Proceeds will help fund costly treatment abroad for eight-year-old Callum, who is fighting neuroblastoma.

Big Soup spokesman Stacey Sykes said the next event, on May 1, would be a performance entitled Cluedo the Truth.

The Thornton Singers will perform on May 21.

Details of both events are available by contacting Big Soup on (01535) 680155.

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