Panto king is class act ... oh yes he is!

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Dou­glas Dickie

Bud­ding ac­tors from Ruther­glen got some tips from a top pro­fes­sional last week.

The Per­for­mance Academy, run by Ruther­glen woman Lisa Cleugh, per­formed Christ­mas clas­sic Elf in East Kil­bride at the week­end.

So en­ter­tainer Dean Park paid a visit to their work­shop be­fore the show to tell them to ... break a leg! He taught them a pan­tomime work­shop drama class and watched stu­dents per­form.

He of­fered feed­back and spoke to the stu­dents about their classes and the work they do at the school.

The stu­dents then had the chance to quiz him about his own glit­ter­ing act­ing ca­reer.

Lisa said: “He was amaz­ing, re­ally in­spir­ing for the stu­dents and he had so much time to speak to each of them and of­fer au­di­tion ad­vice.

“We had a brilliant night and it was lovely for our stu­dents to learn such great skills from the king of pan­tomime him­self.”

The Per­for­mance Academy is now en­rolling for its new term of classes and their show per­for­mance classes for 2018 which is Mada­gas­car.

For more in­for­ma­tion find them on Face­book or call Lisa on 0781 351 8016.

Per­for­mance Academy classes are held lo­cally in Burn­side, Ruther­glen, Cam­bus­lang and Blan­tyre for all ages, in­clud­ing adult drama.

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