Stage school will develop budding performers

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Cumbernauld’s new stage school will develop budding performers

NL Leisure is running classes in singing, dancing and acting designed for children.

The classes are run by Megan Donnachie, who said: “The introduction of the academy and Musical Theatre has really opened doors for a lot of kids who are interested in dance, acting and singing.

“We have received really positive feedback from the kids and their parents about the classes and all the pupils and teachers are now working hard towards our annual show later this year.”

Pupils are getting ready to perform in their first annual show which will take place in Airdrie Town Hall on Friday 
28 November.

Children attending the classes also got to take part in a special Frozen workshop last week, when they got the chance to learn songs and dances from the popular Disney film and were surprised by two special guest appearances from Anna and 
Elsa themselves!

A new NL Stage Academy is to be founded after 
Christmas.

Auditions will be held on Sunday, January 18 for 12-18 years who will work towards performing in a brand n
ew musical.

All the teachers are fully qualified and experienced professionals who have performed themselves in some of Scotland’s leading venues. They have many connections and will be arranging master classes with some of Scotland’s finest talent in order to benefit the Stage Academy Pupils.

For more information and to join contact megan.
donnachie@nlleisure.com or telephone 01236 341968.