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Stagecoach put on show at New Theatre Cardiff

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Stagecoach put on show at New Theatre Cardiff

The students made the most of the opportunity to perform fan favourites from films such as Wizard of Oz and Mary Poppins, alongside heart-warming renditions of world-famous artists, from the likes of Queen to Elvis.

The students took over on Sunday, March 12.

Kate Davies, principal of Stagecoach Cardiff said the kids loved performing in the show.

“We’re absolutely ecstatic to perform in their hometown of Cardiff, with their families and friends filling the audience,” said Ms Davies.

“They were outstanding and we are so very proud of them all.”

It all comes just before Stagecoach take over the illustrious Shaftesbury Theatre at the end of the month for another annual showcase in the West End, the budding young stars of Wales were able to express their creative courage, and confidence through song and dance, with what they have described as a fantastic opportunity to perform in a real theatre.

A Casualty star heading up Stagecoach Penarth

Stagecoach has seen big changes recently, including Actress Shalisha Heron, star of acclaimed dramas such as the BBC’s Death in Paradise, Silent Witness and Casualty, taking on the role of principal at their performing arts school in Penarth.

Ms Heron said she was buzzing with excitement at the opportunity to build a “strong, creative programme that will challenge the talented children of Penarth, whilst being fun, educational, stimulating and rewarding”.

She went on to say: “I’m passionate about helping young people be the best versions of themselves, encouraging them to be confident, creative and grounded. At our school, we commit to creating a safe and inclusive space for our students to explore their creativity loudly!”

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