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Theodora Laird
Theodora Laird was the 2016 winner of the Dan Hemingway Creativity Prize, awarded for her creative potential in music.

A multi-talented composer, producer and performer, seventeen year old Theo won the prize for her song Marmalade.

In her final year of A Levels studying Art, Psychology and English, she has plans to develop her musical career too.

This year our guest judge was Will Wiles who won the prize in 1995, and who is now a successful novelist.

Click here to read the story in the Oxford Times


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