Drama school pupils hit the West End stage

PUBLISHED: 07:52 22 November 2019

Stagecoach Saffron Walden on stage in the West End. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Stagecoach Saffron Walden on stage in the West End. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Pupils from a performing arts school in Saffron Walden were able to realise their West End dreams while on stage at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London on November 10.

A group of 21 students, aged between nine and 17, from Stagecoach Performing Arts Saffron Walden, performed a piece based on the Mexican national holiday, the Day of the Dead.

Stagecoach principal Laura Sommerville said: "I am delighted that pupils from my school had the opportunity to perform at an iconic West End venue for the sixth year running.

"Everyone has had a brilliant time rehearsing for the event and it was great to see them on stage. I am so proud of them all.

"Performances like this showcase the hard work of our students, providing them with memorable experiences and life skills which they can use throughout their careers."

For more information on Stagecoach Performing Arts Saffron Walden, visit their website hwww.stagecoach.co.uk/saffronwalden or call 01799 588246.


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