Performing Arts School Boosts Megan’s Charity

Students from Limelight School for Performing Arts met at Megan’s Starr Foundation Community Coffee House on 19 August to officially hand over £300 raised through their end-of-year performance, Wonderland, at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, in July. The show promoted positive mental health, wellbeing and self-belief.

Limelight offers weekly classes in singing, acting and movement, with fully qualified teachers and professional performers.

Angharad Sanders from Limelight said: “Raising money for the Megan’s Starr Foundation through our performance this year seemed like a natural fit. We are keen to do more than just teach our students on the weekend, we want to ensure that our positive work can continue at home and that we connect our young people with a community of support. Today was a lovely chance for parents and young performers to connect in the coffee house, to play and chat together, but also to see what the foundation has to offer and to know that they are never alone.

“We would like to thank each and every person who supported the show in July, not only did you make our students feel encouraged, embraced and appreciated with your attendance, but every penny from ticket sales, after theatre hire costs were covered, was given to the charity.”

Limelight School of Performing Arts meets weekly on Saturday afternoons at FF Dancers, Haverfordwest, during term time. New students of all abilities are welcome to join this inclusive theatre school. Angharad also offers one-to-one vocal tuition.

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