Gallery: Theatre school youngsters put on an extravaganza at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds
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More than 100 young people got the chance to put on a show at a professional concert hall in Bury St Edmunds.
Members from the Bury and Stowmarket Stagecoach schools performed their ‘Stagecoach Showcase’ at the Apex on Sunday.
In total 137 youngsters took part aged from four to 18.
Principal Caroline Ranson said: “The younger ones did Joseph and the older ones did cabaret from Footloose to Matilda, the Wizard of Oz and Sister Act.”
The performers, who did two shows at the venue that day, were all in make-up and costume.
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Mrs Ranson said: “It’s just a really good evening. Everyone enjoyed it and it gave the kids the opportunity to perform at the Apex.”
She said feedback for the show, which takes place every other year, had been “excellent,” with people commenting on how “slick” the production was.
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The Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Robert Everitt, was among those who attended.