14th Oct, 2019

Performing arts school turns two

Aaron Wise 26th Mar, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A WORCESTER theatrical school has celebrated its two-year anniversary.

All Sorts of Performing Arts reached its second birthday on Saturday, March 5 and is enjoying the success of having produced three star-studded productions of Aladdin, George’s Marvellous Medicine and Jack and the Beanstalk in that time.

The community group has also seen its students receive high exam results and perform at events including The Parkhead Canal Festival.

Last year students supported projects across the city and provided the community with after school clubs and holiday workshops to develop social skills and confidence in youngsters.

All Sorts will continue to offer more exciting opportunities this year and its next production will be the ‘Enchanted Toy Box’, which will be performed at Bishop Perowne CE College on Saturday, May 21.

Throughout the year there will also be an open day in Warndon Villages and a summer holiday programme, building up to this year’s pantomime of Beauty and the Beast.

E-mail All Sorts at allsorts.pa@gmail.com or visit www.allsortsofpa.co.uk for more information.

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