News

RATT is all about giving talented youngsters the opportunities to improve, develop and shine in public – whatever their talent or ability. As you’ll see from the news below, we’re constantly looking for outlets to support this aim.

For all the latest news and events, check out our Facebook page.

If you can suggest ideas or help in any way, contact us on info@ratt.org.uk. We’d love to hear from you!


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RATT in the Church: Mayor Invites RATT to Give Charity Concert

 January 14, 2018
Mayor of Rugby Cllr Belinda Garcia has invited RATT to provide the entertainment at her Mayoral Charity Concert on 24 February, an event which is to raise funds for her chosen charity The Matt Hampson Foundation. The concert will take place at read more


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A Magical Christmas for RATT

 December 31, 2017
Rugby Area Talent Trust delivered a series of events in December as part of local Christmas festivities, enabling several of our young talented singers to celebrate with their favorite seasonal songs and tunes. From providing the read more


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… It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas …

 November 5, 2017
After the RATTstage appearance in Rugby Central last month, the charity is taking a breather. However, behind the scenes, preparations, planning and rehearsals are taking place for a busy programme of Christmas related events in December, with several sessions lined up at read more


Rugby Central Launches to the Sound of RATT

 October 29, 2017
Rugby's famous "Clock Towers" shopping centre has been relaunched with a new name and image and as part of the celebrations Rugby Area Talent Trust provided two hours of live entertainment for shoppers on Saturday afternoon. Rugby Central, as it is now known, welcomed the RATTstage with read more


Grants

RATT Opens 2017 Grant Applications With Mayoral Boost

 October 1, 2017
Rugby Area Talent Trust (RATT) has opened its third tranche of grant funding and has invited young talented people from Rugby and the surrounding areas to apply. The charity provides small grants to enable talented youngsters to develop their skills and talents in music, arts, academia, entrepreneurship and sport. This year additional grant funding is available because RATT was selected by last year’s Mayor of Rugby, Cllr Sally Bragg, as read more


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