Simply the Best for St Albans arts group
THINGS will be warming up in St Albans next week when Best Theatre Arts puts on an Easter course. It is being held in the SandPit Theatre at Sandringham School from next Tuesday to Friday, April 14 to 17, and is aimed at six to 16-year-olds who enjoy acti
THINGS will be warming up in St Albans next week when Best Theatre Arts puts on an Easter course.
It is being held in the SandPit Theatre at Sandringham School from next Tuesday to Friday, April 14 to 17, and is aimed at six to 16-year-olds who enjoy acting, singing and dancing.
Best is putting on a tale about volcanoes and the plight of the Lava People who are cooling down in a city deep in the heart of the mountain. As they start to cool they turn to stone and as they have lived so long with the earth's natural fire, they've forgotten to make it themselves.
Will the Water People seize the chance to douse the volcano's flames forever or will the Lava People succeed in their quest for fire?
For younger children aged from four to six, Best is putting on its own version of The Wizard of Oz.
Further details can be obtained from Annette or David on 01727 759634 or email email@example.com
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�� Best's First Class for four to six-year-olds performed Sleeping Beauty for their parents and friends last Saturday.
In fact as there are three groups which meet on Saturday, the story was told three times.
First Class teacher Anna Jones said: "We had three quite different shows based around the personalities of those in each group. They were great fun and I'm very proud of them.