Students prepare for West End

Students of Bridgnorth’s Pauline Quirke Academy (PQA) are putting the finishing touches on their preparations for their third show in London’s West End, which this time has a Western theme. ‘Trouble’s ‘a’ Brewin’’ has been specially written for the specialist academies’ younger performers and is a fun, high-energy jukebox-style musical designed especially for younger performers.

The show is appearing at Her Majesty’s Theatre on Sunday 27 May, and, with students from six to 18 years involved, there’s an opportunity for everyone to have their moment. PQA’s Julian Elcock says, “The show is structured to involve as many students as possible and to allow us to adapt routines to include everyone.

To find out more about the show, call 07838 115152.


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