Zombie bank managers thrill with charity film

Pic: Peter Littlejohns

Pic: Peter Littlejohns

Bank managers from the Royal Bank of Scotland and Natwest have raised £3,000 in sponsorship by filming their rendition of Michael Jackson’s iconic hit Thriller.

The proceeds will go to the Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School in Homerton, Hackney, that helps children from disadvantaged backgrounds train in the performing arts.

The gory performance, inspired by the chart-topping Eighties hit by the late singer, was organised by RBS and Stage And The City, a charitable adult performing arts company.

Stage And The City took to Twitter to express their excitement, saying: “Today we’ve been turning RBS Natwest managers into zombies!”

The performance was professionally choreographed by the charity then filmed at Chat’s Palace, Chatsworth Road in Homerton.

RBS Natwest have a history of supporting the Anna Fiorentini school – their last fundraiser was a James Bond themed night last November that was aptly named License To Thrill.

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