Young stars ended their academic year in style with a glittering awards ceremony complete with red carpet and paparazzi.
Students of Centre Stage Academy Theatre School celebrated the results of their Trinity Guildhall examinations in acting at the event.
More than 30 students performed a selection of scenes, poems and monologues in front of an examiner in July, with an impressive 100 per cent distinction rate from all students - a first for the academy. The highest score was from Henry Loukes, ten, who impressed with his superb monologue from Roald Dahl’s James and The Giant Peach.
Principle Bex Landsberger said: “I am extremely proud of all our students who have risen to the challenge and have worked extremely hard to achieve a remarkable set of grades, superbly supported by their coaches.”
The academy runs on Saturday mornings at The Grange Leisure Centre where students aged 6-16 take part in sessions in singing, dance and acting, trained by industry professionals from around the UK. The academy also has a successful agency through which many students have gone on to appear in a variety of commercials and television shows.
New students interested in joining in January 2016 should contact Bex.CSA@hotmail.com
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