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Stagecoach LIVE

Stagecoach LIVE! is coming to the Guildhall Cambridge on Saturday, May 18th, promising an exciting family-friendly experience. The event starts at 2:30 pm with a minimum donation of £5. Attendees can expect a variety of performances from Stagecoach Performing Arts Cambridge & Cambourne students, including solo acts, ensemble pieces, and a preview of their Music Theatre International Jr Theatre Festival entry. The event supports the Red Hen Project, a local charity focused on positive parenting and school-family relationships. Stagecoach Cambridge & Cambourne provides high-quality performing arts training for children aged 4-18. Donations and ticket sales will benefit the Red Hen Project. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy talented performances and support a worthy cause!

  • 18th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
  • 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

 

We are extremely excited to announce that Stagecoach LIVE! will be performing at the Guildhall Cambridge on Saturday, May 18th. Would there be an opportunity for you to promote it on the radio? I am happy to talk or have yourselves mention it. Whatever works best for you and your colleagues.

 

This family-friendly event promises to be a fantastic experience for all, with a minimum donation of £5. Join Stagecoach Performing Arts Cambridge & Cambourne on Saturday, May 18th, at 2:30pm for an afternoon of entertainment.

Book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stagecoach-live-tickets-892549990047

 

Enjoy a range of repertoire from their talented students in the prestigious Guildhall setting. Experience dazzling solo acts and ensemble pieces, as well as a sneak peek at their Music Theatre International (MTI) Jr Theatre Festival entry for this year’s competition. Stagecoach Cambridge & Cambourne provide high-quality part-time training in the performing arts for children aged 4-18yrs. They are proud to support Red Hen Project, a hyper-local charity working directly with families, promoting positive, confident parenting, and cooperative relationships between schools and families, offering a variety of projects to help families when they need it most.

We hope you can join us for this wonderful event and support a great cause.

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