Star­lets stage a hit show

Macclesfield Express - - SCHOOLS NEWS -

YOUNG per­form­ers from Mac­cles­field show­cased their tal­ent at a spe­cial live show.

The young­sters from the town’s branch of Stage­coach Per­form­ing Arts School sang, danced and acted their hearts out at Stage­coach Live in Stoke.

It was the cul­mi­na­tion of a busy year for the stu­dents, who meet at Tyther­ing­ton School.

In May, two stu­dents launched their film ca­reers with key roles in ‘Ends Meat’, a short hor­ror film di­rected by He­len Curran.

Then in the sum­mer, West End star Will Breckin, who has per- formed in Joseph and the Amaz­ing Tech­ni­color Dream­coat and Dirty Danc­ing, came to the school to give work­shops on ‘Joseph’.

Laura Cos­griff, prin­ci­pal at the school, said: “Stage­coach Per­form­ing Arts School Mac­cles­field has had such an ex­cit­ing year so far. Stu­dents have just per­formed in Stage­coach Live at Stoke on Trent’s Vic­to­ria Hall. The per­for­mance was a hit with all and the stu­dents had an amaz­ing time.”

Laura is helped by coaches Natalie Blades (early stages), El­iz­a­beth Brown (dance), Ni­cola Crooks (singing) and Leah Good­hind (mu­si­cal theatre).

Stage­coach Mac­cles­field per­form­ing at Stoke Live: pic­tured are: (above) Re­becca, Is­abella, Lucy and Bibi and (right) Ge­or­gia, Lucinda and Lucy

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