TALENTED youngsters are being invited to a Worcester’s performing arts open day.
Following the recent success of the Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime, All Sorts of Performing Arts is holding an open day on Saturday January, 23 at STARS Day Centre on Stanley Road and at the Baptist Church Hall on Sansome Walk.
The popular festive pantomime held three performances which were all well attended and received positive feedback, including from city Mayor Roger Knight.
The production saw Kija Lindo in the title role, who has previously auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent as well as performing at several local events.
Stuart Inglis of All Sorts said: “I’m very proud of all of the performers from this year’s production and I’m looking forward to next year’s show.”
Mr Inglis also commended the students on their recent success in their exams, with most students receiving distinctions.
There will also be an open day on Sunday, January, 24 at the Malvern Cube.
E-mail Mr Inglis at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.allsortsofpa.co.uk for more information.