What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

 

 

Pembrokeshire’s Limelight School for Performing Arts is holding a workshop on Wednesday 13 April with West End performer Colin Burnicle, star of the hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong.

Held at Pill Social Centre, Milford Haven, the all-day workshop, suitable for all abilities, aged eight to 18, will focus on acting skills, performance and singing, followed by a showing at the end of the day with the opportunity for both participants and parents to ask Colin questions about his career and work in the industry.

The workshop has been organised by Angharad Sanders, who has worked on West End and touring productions. A musical director, singing teacher and performer, she set up Limelight in Pembrokeshire in 2019, offering young performers the opportunity to learn and develop their skills in a safe and relaxed environment. As part of the school she also began offering “West End in Wales: Pembrokeshire” workshops in 2020. During the pandemic, these workshops moved online with students being offered the chance to work with cast members, creatives and agents from across the world of theatre.

Following her recent maternity leave, the school is now back with regular Saturday Stage School sessions, one-to-one tuition in singing and various musical instruments, examination preparation, audition support and offering workshops to the local community. Angharad offers lessons online and in person, and on an average week teaches in three different countries… all from her home studio. She currently has students in France, New York, Texas, London, Yorkshire and Pembrokeshire.

Angharad said “We are extremely excited to welcome Colin back to Haverfordwest. he is an exceptional performer with a host of skills and experience to share with the students, from West End work as an actor, singer and dance captain, to touring productions, television commercials and vocal solo work. We would love to open up this workshop to as many young people as possible and cannot wait to see what we can make ‘Go Wrong’ in a day.”

“The Play that Goes Wrong” workshop at Pill Social Centre on 13 April costs £25 per student, with limited places available. To find out more and to book, contact the school via Facebook (www.facebook.com/limelightpembs) or Instagram (@limelightpembs), or email limelight.performing.arts@hotmail.co.uk.

Kitty Parsons

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