Young stars make their stage de­but

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

STAGE­COACH Theatre Arts Uxbridge brought the house down at the week­end, as young mem­bers per­formed to sell-out au­di­ences.

More than 200 chil­dren, aged four to 18, took part in per­for­mances on Satur­day and Sun­day at the Win­ston Churchill Theatre, with more than 340 in the au­di­ence.

It was the first year the school, which runs classes at Oak Farm Pri­mary School, has pro­duced a show­case in­volv­ing all its stu­dents.

Re­becca Od­e­dra, Stage­coach Uxbridge’s prin­ci­pal, said: “It was amaz­ing. The per­form­ers were fan­tas­tic and I am im­mensely proud; there were so many com­ments on how pro­fes­sional and com­mit­ted they were.”

Au­di­ence mem­bers de­clared the show “sen­sa­tional” and “wor­thy of top West End re­views”. Sun­day’s per­for­mance was at­tended by Hilling­don Mayor Ge­orge Cooper and May­oress, Cllr Ju­dith Cooper, who con­grat­u­lated the stu­dents back­stage.

The group has been in Hilling­don for al­most 20 years.

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