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Learn song and dance from West End stars at North Walsham

PUBLISHED: 12:46 27 June 2014 | UPDATED: 12:34 02 July 2014

Youngsters enjoying a previous West End Experience course like the one coming to Hellesdon High School this month.

Youngsters enjoying a previous West End Experience course like the one coming to Hellesdon High School this month.


Youngsters and adults will get the chance to train with stars of the West End at a special day-long workshop in North Walsham this autumn.

Stars of shows such as Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, and Wicked will work with the youngsters and adults to teach them dance routines from the shows and put them through their paces in song solos and acting.

Courses are also attended by a London casting agent and many students have gone on to career in showbusiness after attending courses.

The Atrium day event will be on Sunday, October 26, from 10am-6pm at a special price of £25 per person. It is open to children over the age of eight and adults of any age.

It is the first time the popular West End Experience has come to North Norfolk, outside of school activities, and organisers chose The Atrium because of its rehearsal and performance facilities.

Jo Chandler, the East Anglian organiser for West End Experience, said: “Anyone can come along. You don’t need singing and dancing experience to take part.

“It’s just an incredible opportunity to work with the best in the business. It’s also a real confidence booster for many of the youngsters and adults who take part.”

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