Stageworks students set to shine at new colleges after finishing their course during the pandemic
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Students from Stageworks in St Neots are set to shine after gaining places at performing arts colleges across the UK - despite the cancellation of their graduation show.
The ongoing impact of Covid-19 led to the cancellation of the annual show ‘Musicals in the Aisles’ and the ‘End of Year’ graduation show.
Despite the disruption, students have successfully completed the Level 3 BTEC diploma/extended diploma in performing arts.
Stageworks announced that students have gained offers from Urdang Academy, BIRD Academy of Performing Arts, Leicester College of Performing Arts, The Hammond, Midlands Academy of Dance & Drama and East 15 Acting School.
Anna Mendelssohn, course leader, said: “We are extremely proud of how hard they have worked.
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“Many students had to produce self-tape auditions for their for their next stage colleges which was incredibly difficult, however the results of their next stage destinations speak for themselves.”
Stageworks College has limited spaces for September 2020 courses but applications for entry 2021 are now open.
To find out more visit: www.stageworksstudio.co.uk
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