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Stratford theatre school to audition for new talent

15:39 23 April 2014

Talented youngsters from across Newham could be joining the current crop who are members of Stage Studio Picture:Piotr Charkiewicz

Talented youngsters from across Newham could be joining the current crop who are members of Stage Studio Picture:Piotr Charkiewicz

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Talented young performers could gain a place at a theatre school if they take part in auditions to be held in Stratford on Sunday.

Stage Studio is looking for fresh talent, notably youngsters aged seven to 16-years-old at Theatre Royal Stratford East where they can have a free trial class from 12.30 to 3pm. Those who are successful will be able to join the theatre school and have the chance to take part in an annual show at Theatre Royal Stratford East in Gerry Raffles Square.

In addition, to celebrate its first year in Stratford, Stage Studio will be performing in a tribute to all things Michael Jackson and Motown during the annual show in July.

A spokesman for the school said: “It’s been an incredible year for us watching the talent of our students soar - some have even gained professional credits and won roles in shows, film and commercials.

“We are getting so much interest from agents and casting directors that we have opened our books to meet the growing demand.”

There are only a handful of places available.

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