Youngsters to compete in talent final

By Gary Smee 03/05 Updated: 03/05 12:42

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Buy photos » Aimee Robinson-Clayton, 11, who won the competition last year promotes this year’s contest with Vital Statistics Theatre Company principal Stuart Inglis. Picture by Nick Hands 0712016NHR

SOME of the Vale's finest young performers will be treading the boards at Evesham Arts Centre for a final time later this month.

The climax of Show Me The Talent takes place on Saturday, May 19 at 7.30pm with a bumper programme of singing, dancing and performing planned.

The winner of the competition, which has been organised by Vital Statistics Theatre Company, will get the chance to perform in the West End.

It has been a busy few weeks for everyone at Vital Statistics. The company opened its Stratford-upon-Avon studio at the town's leisure and visitor centre last month with a well attended open day and workshops which included singing, dance and drama.

Principal Stuart Inglis said: "It was a an amazing afternoon, meeting lots of new parents and students and we are looking forward to a successful term.

"Jenny and Kate will be running the Stratford centre and have already planned out the whole term's structure.

"We want all the students to have fun gain experience and build confidence supporting a new skill."

To book tickets for the final of Show Me The Talent call 01386 446944 or log onto www.eveshamartscentre.co.uk. Tickets are £6 or £5 each for groups of ten or more.

Classes in Stratford-upon-Avon got underway last week and will take place on Saturday's for ages four and up. To find out more or enrol call 07889496128 or e-mail admin@vstc.co.uk/

For more information on Vital Statistics Theatre Company log onto www.vitalstatisticstheatre.co.uk.

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