TALENTED youngsters put on the final production of their summer spectacular Oliver which wowed three packed theatre houses.
The Embassy School of Performing Arts (pictured) staged their debut production of ‘Oliver’ at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness from July 12 to 14.
A strong cast aged six to 18, entertained audiences with this well loved production of Lionel Bart’s popular stage musical ‘Oliver’, including songs such as ‘Food Glorious Food’, ‘As long as he needs me’ and ‘Where is Love’.
This was the Embassy School’s first production having opened its doors in January of this year and audiences were amazed by these local talented youngsters.
Julie Fox, principal of the school, speaking of how successful the production was, said: “We are absolutely delighted with the production of Oliver!
“The children gained a great deal of experience and for some of them it was the first time they have been on stage and have ever done anything like this.
“The audience thoroughly enjoyed the shows and we have had lots of wonderful comments from parents, family and the general public”.
“The school is going from strength-to-strength and we are already planning for our show this Christmas, as well as another big musical next summer.
“The new term begins in September and we still have a few places available.
“The school welcomes children of all ages and ability and I am really excited for the future of the Embassy School of Performing Arts and all its talented young performers.
“I would also like to say a big thank you to the Embassy Theatre manager and all the staff, as they are so supportive of our theatre school and local youngsters.
“It is fantastic that these budding actors have the opportunity to perform in such a wonderful theatre.”
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