BUDDING musicians and dancers are being invited to take part in a Worcester theatrical school’s action-packed April programme.
All Sorts of Performing Arts is hosting an array of activities on Thursday, April 20 and Friday, April 21 at Worcester Woods County Park, where those interested in the arts can take part in workshops and classes.
New member Rita Braineryte, who started dancing from the age of six, said: “For 14 years I danced and performed across Lithuania and other Baltic countries such as Poland, Estonia and Latvia. In my 20s I moved to England where I carried on my professional dance training.
“I competed a BTEC Level 3 diploma in dance at Kidderminster College, HND dance qualification at the University of Worcester and gained a PGCE PCET qualification at Wolverhampton University.”
All Sorts teacher Natasha Hallagan, who will be offering singing classes, said: “I’m heavily involved in musical theatre and performing arts. I’ve experienced a variety of different vocal settings and taken ABRSM exams to develop my knowledge in the area.
“I enjoy working with children and I value the opportunity All Sorts has provided for me.
“I look forward to passing on the skills and passion I’ve acquired over the years.”
Stuart Inglis, who runs the school, added: “It’s great to see how much All Sorts has developed over the last three years. We’re now holding classes and workshops in new areas and offering more opportunity and development to our students.
“Our team of committed teachers and volunteers work extremely hard to support the school and we’re really looking forward to the new projects ahead.”
Call Mr Inglis on 07437505198 or visit www.allsortsofpa.co.uk for more information.