Win a part in Guys & Dolls, thanks to Top Hat Stage & Screen School!
This summer, Top Hat Stage & Screen School will be bringing their ever-popular holiday courses to Sir John Henry Newman School in Stevenage.
And we want to give one of our readers the chance to take up a place in the production of Guys and Dolls Jr!
Featuring popular ‘Guys and Dolls’ songs such as ‘A Bushel and a Peck’, ‘Sit down, you’re Rocking the Boat’ and ‘If I were a Bell’, the production will be made up of children aged between 12 and 17.
The musical was made famous by its stars which included Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra and is set in a Mafia-run New York, full of action and big, glitzy dance numbers.
The workshops will be taking place at the Sir John Henry Newman School between July 26 and July 30 and the place we have to giveaway is worth �150. Participants will work everyday between 10am and 3pm with a final performance of Guys and Dolls on the Friday evening for family, friends and the general public to love and enjoy.
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Top Hat’s YOUTH THEATRE courses are more and more popular every year. They are intensive 5-day courses where the students will have to learn the lines, songs and dance routines in this time, before performing it in front of a live audience. Top Hat is great fun, especially for meeting new friends, building confidence and also great training for those who want to take Performing arts to another level.
For more information visit: www.tophatstageschool.co.uk or call 01727 812666
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