A flash-mob hit the centre of Skegness yesterday (Saturday) to promote their role in an upcoming musical.
The group of theatre students from the Embassy School of Performing Arts gave shoppers outside the Hildreds Centre a taster of some of the song and dance numbers they have been rehearsing from the West End musical Joseph & his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, which opens in the Embassy Theatre on Tuesday.
The school meets every week during term time at The Embassy Theatre under the direction of Principle Liza Walsh.
“The Students are really excited to be part of a West End musical - they have all worked so hard and are looking forward to showing the audience and cast what great home-grown talent we have here in Skegness!” said Liza.
The Joseph Choir consists of 92 local children from the Embassy School of Performing Arts (ESPA), Janice Sutton Theatre School and Julie Stevens School of Dance.
The children are working in teams and between them will cover 10 performances until Saturday, May 4.
To book your tickets online visit www.embassytheatre.co.uk.
“I want our students to feel they are part of something special and that they can develop at their own pace and time,” added Liza.
“Some of the students want to progress into a career within the arts, some have joined to aid their self confidence but all of them are here because they have a great time!” she added.
Free taster sessions for the school are available by contacting Liza directly on 0785 786 1612 or go to www.embassytheatre.co.uk and follow the link.