A WORCESTER performing arts school will be throwing open its doors to the community ahead of their pantomime which will be taken across the county.
All Sorts of Performing Arts will host the day next Saturday, September 22 to showcase what the Medway Community Centre-based group can offer city youngsters aged between three and 18-years-old.
The event is the curtain-raiser to a packed autumn and winter for the popular group which will be taking Snow White around care homes in the county before four performances at the community centre in December and January.
All Sorts opened its doors in 2014 as a non profit theatre school and offers classes in all the performing arts as well as well as performances across Worcestershire.
Since opening the school it has grown from strength to strength with increasing membership.
School principal Stuart Inglis said: “As a school have performed at many local Worcester events and have attended auditions for a well known TV talent show. Students are given the help and support to enable them to increase their confidence, social interaction skills throughout live events and productions of which we produce twice a year.
“We pride ourselves on team work supplying professional guidance from our qualified teachers and with the help of our outstanding volunteer team.
“This year is an exciting time for the school as we now have our own permanent base with a fully equipt theatre stage built by outstanding volunteers, new equipment to support the students development in classes.”
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