St Albans teen set to make acting debut at Edinburgh Fringe

PUBLISHED: 20:05 18 June 2019 | UPDATED: 08:45 19 June 2019

St Albans teenager Victoria Beavis is set to make her acting debut at the Edinburgh Fringe after studying at the Pauline Quirke Full-Time Academy of Performing Arts. Picture: LoudBird PR

St Albans teenager Victoria Beavis is set to make her acting debut at the Edinburgh Fringe after studying at the Pauline Quirke Full-Time Academy of Performing Arts. Picture: LoudBird PR

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A St Albans teenager will make her acting debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.

St Albans teenager Victoria Beavis is set to make her acting debut at the Edinburgh Fringe. Picture: LoudBird PRSt Albans teenager Victoria Beavis is set to make her acting debut at the Edinburgh Fringe. Picture: LoudBird PR

Victoria Beavis, a previous Marlborough Science Academy pupil, will be taking the stage to perform the play Three, which focuses on the lives of a group of teenagers during a long summer.

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She is currently studying at the prestigious Pauline Quirke Full-Time Academy of Performing Arts, London's newest full-time theatre school, and is studying a two year Performing Arts diploma.

Victoria said: "I am extremely excited to be performing at the Edinburgh Festival. It is such an amazing opportunity and experience to be able to share with my friends.

"We are all really happy to take part in such a massive event and to be able to showcase our work."

Three will be performed from August 2 to August 11. More information and tickets can be found at: https://pqavenues.co.uk/event/three-2/


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