A POPULAR Worcester performing arts venue is getting set to welcome the local community to an open day at the Medway Youth and Community Centre
All Sorts of Performing Arts will host the event for young and old on Sunday from 1pm to 4pm, with free workshops, short performances from present students and much more on offer.
The event is being staged to raise cash for the centre, which needs vital equipment to ensure it continues to develop as a community resource.
All Sorts moved in to the premises in January and are currently developing the venue by building a stage.
The school is going from strength to strength, with fantastic exam results with distinctions and performing at local care homes and local events.
Principal Stuart Inglis said: “This is a great way for the local community to come together and see what All Sorts and their local centre can offer them with a wide range of activities.
“The school’s last open day was really successful, with Warren Bullock from Channel 5’s Baby Ballroom supporting us.
“We are really looking forward to having Warren back in our school later in June to work with our students. All Sorts is about opportunity to all, I believe everyone should have the chance to be part of our school.
“We are extremely grateful to all our funders The local Council, One Worcester, Worcester Municipal Charites and Worcester Arts Council. Their outstanding support is allowing All Sorts to grow and develop, giving youngsters the opportunity to achieve skills and confidence.
“There will be lots of things to take part in and have fun, come and see what is on offer.
Visit the All Sorts Facebook page or www.allsortsofpa.co.uk for more information.