November 13, 2010
Burnham-On-Sea group prepares to make a song and dance!
songs and dances from popular musicals and movies will be performed
at Burnham-On-Sea's Curtain Call School of Performing Arts annual
winter show today (Saturday, November 13th).
Show Time' will feature toe-tapping favourites from Glee, Moulin
Rouge, Cabaret and Chicago.
group's sixth annual show will take place at The Princess Theatre
on Saturday 13th November at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
can't wait until show day," the school's Amanda Ham told
will be the first time that some of the children have been on
stage and they're all so excited!"
has worked very hard towards the show and I'm very proud of all
the student's achievements. It takes a lot of courage to perform
in front of an audience, but if you're brave enough to do it,
it will stand you in good stead for the rest of your life."
costing £9.50 each and £6.50 for concessions, are
available by calling the studio on 01278 238087. Tickets will
also be available on the door 30 minutes prior to each performance.
has been an extremely busy year for the school. It started off
on a high when every student entered into the drama section of
the Highbridge Festival of the Arts won medals
in May, Burnham's Mayor Michael Clarke and his wife Maria officially
opened Curtain Call's new premises at The Old Creamery in Highbridge.
The summer also brought an appearance on BBC Somerset Sound followed
by successful RAD Ballet exams, ISTD Tap exams and LCM Musical
Theatre exams with one student receiving a Distinction with 96%
for her grade 8.
Curtain Call is involved with the Give It A Go! scheme, which
means enables eligible children to have their place at Curtain
Call funded by the council.