Chitty Chitty Bang Bang comes to Ondara

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ONDARA AUDITORIUM will play host to the The Stage School of Performing Art’s production of ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ on Sunday May 28.

The Stage School of Performing Arts, Javea is a part time performing arts school for children and young adults aged 6 to 17 years of age run by highly qualified sister act Lucy Glister and Emma Devine, who boast a wealth of real performance and professional theatre experience.

Lucy and Emma’s aim is to offer fun filled, challenging and rewarding training in dance, drama, singing and stage craft. Disciplines designed to not only improve performance techniques but develop confidence and articulation.

Lucy trained at London Studio Centre and graduated with honours in Musical theatre and associate membership to the British Ballet Organisation. She has worked as a professional vocalist and dancer in West End productions and internationally in a variety of stage shows and television programmes. Over the past 10 years, Lucy has been producing professional shows for many well-known hotel chains around the world, including Hilton and Grecotel. For her last U.K engagement, Lucy worked as Show Producer for Openwide International in London. She created and produced the award-winning Ibiza Marquee Mardi Gras show and all productions for Airtours cruise ships and Thompson Holidays. Alongside her production work, Lucy co-created with Emma, successful musical theatre groups in Tunbridge Wells and Wimbledon. She also works as a freelance dance choreographer and vocal coach.

Emma graduated from Surrey University with an honours degree in Drama and English Literature. As a trained actress, Emma gained good grounding within the industry touring nationally in repertory theatre and working in a variety of pantomimes, stage shows and television programmes. Emma is also an accomplished dancer and has enjoyed working in many musical theatre shows. Emma returned to university and gained a post graduate certification in education. She specialised in primary teaching and during 10 years of working, she took on the role of Early Years Coordinator and Senco. Emma returned to University as a lecturer, helping to train teachers within creative teaching.

Emma has been involved with developing scripts for children and set up groups to help children with special needs enjoy drama. Emma successfully ran her own pre-school music company, expanding to offer specialist musical theatre classes in London.

The Stage School students have worked incredibly hard and Lucy promises an ‘awesome show’ with tickets available for the matinee performance at 2.30pm and the evening performance at 7.00pm

Tickets are available by calling the Box Office – 634 342 466.

For more information, check out www.thestageschool.com or email [email protected].

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