Performing arts school stealing the limelight

PUBLISHED: 06:37 27 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:45 31 May 2010

Holah performing in Saffron Walden town centre - Pic: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Holah performing in Saffron Walden town centre - Pic: SARAH LUCY BROWN

POP group Holah entertained a large crowd in Saffron Walden s market square on Saturday to promote a new performing arts school in Newport. Bedazzle launches at Newport Free Grammar School on September 9, and the pop group performed live for an hour and a

POP group Holah entertained a large crowd in Saffron Walden's market square on Saturday to promote a new performing arts school in Newport.

Bedazzle launches at Newport Free Grammar School on September 9, and the pop group performed live for an hour and a half to get youngsters in the mood for singing and dancing.

Founder and principal Diane Janssen said: "Our concert went really well and it was lovely to see such a good audience stop to watch the show.

"One of the members of Holah, Sophie, will be one of a course co-ordinator when the school opens and so she has been able to get the group to perform live to get children aged between nine and 16 interested in joining Bedazzle.

Bedazzle teaches youngsters performing arts including tap, ballet, drama, musical theatre and pop. Students have the chance to record their own CD or DVD and even perform at a West End theatre.

For more information call Diane on 01799 542614.

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