Harpenden Young Hearts Youth Theatre looking for new talent
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ON the lookout for new talent in and around the town is Harpenden Young Hearts Youth Theatre where the new term starts on Tuesday, January 15.
Professional actor John Stenhouse, who founded Harpenden Young Hearts in 2006, would welcome any new members to the Youth Theatre which is based at Harpenden Public Halls every Tuesday and Wednesday during school term-time.
John commented: “The Youth Theatre was formed to bring local children together and give them the chance to perform on the Public Halls stage. The venue is the perfect choice for us to showcase the students’ acting and singing to parents as well as a wider local audience.
“Some of our students had never performed before joining us and are growing in confidence as they get to develop characters safely within a large cast. Everyone has the chance to shine and we all get excited about the end of term show, whatever we are performing.”
The Youth Theatre’s previous productions include Honk Jr, Disney’s Aladdin Jr, Bugsy Malone, James & the Giant Peach, Oliver, Guys and Dolls and recently Disney’s Beauty & the Beast Jr.
To sign up for a free trial lesson or to find out more about Young Hearts go to www.harpendenyouththeatre.co.uk or call John 07967 269068.
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