0 Post a comment Tuesday, 28 May 2019 - Local People by Contributed Item - Contributed Item @twitter.com/gem_news [email protected] Llantwit Major School is pleased to announce that Hayley Toms, Leader of Performing Arts at the school, is playing Maria in The Sound of Music by Stage 8 Productions from Wednesday, June 26 to Saturday, June 29, at the Princess Royal Theatre, Port Talbot. Tickets are available from https://npttheatres.co.uk/princessroyal/events/the-sound-of-music-prt-2/ or via the Box Office on 01639 763214. Add Comment … [Read more...] about School’s Hayley to star in musical
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Performing Arts students from Wigan and Leigh College have landed roles in a major touring musical. The 12 talented performers will now feature in the 12-date UK journey of the show Brothers Beyond which will feature some of the best songs from West End musicals.Starting in the Cast Theatre in Doncaster May 29, the production will also have two nights at Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre.Second year BTEC Level 3 Performing Arts student, Talia Pilling is delighted to embark on the national tour in what will be her first professional experience.“It feels like I’m getting a big break as it will be my first steps forward getting experience outside of College, said Talia.”Talia, along with her fellow students, will make up part of the ensemble, working alongside six West End and TV professionals, with some having solo vocalist roles."I want a career in musical theatre and maybe on Broadway in the future, so I can’t wait to perform in this production – I’m … [Read more...] about Talented Wigan students land roles in major touring musical
It is fair to say a lot has changed since Tiger Woods last toasted winning one of golf's major titles. The 43-year-old produced a stunning performance at Augusta National in the last few days to reclaim the green jacket, winning the Masters to end his 11-year major drought. Having beaten Rocco Mediate in a thrilling play-off to win the 2008 US Open, few would have anticipated Woods' fall that would see him go more than decade without a major. Before arriving for the Masters, Tiger Woods last lifted one of golf's majors back in June 2008 Fast forward 11 years and the experienced American turned on the style to win the Masters RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'They associated it with their daddy being in pain':... Tiger Woods wins the Masters! Two years after he said 'I'm... Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods defied the ages at... 'It's come full circle': Tiger Woods pulls off the... Share this article Share WHAT HAPPENED … [Read more...] about What else was happening when Tiger Woods won his last major in 2008?
TENS of thousands of people will take to the streets of London today for the annual St Patrick's Day weekend, now in its 17th year. The city becomes a melting pot of green with countless events taking place across the city. Here's all the important info... First of all, when is St Patrick's Day 2019? Each year, St Patrick's Day falls on March 17. In Ireland, the day of celebration has been a public holiday since 1903 and the first parade was held in Waterford that year. In the UK, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother would present bowls of shamrock flown over from Ireland to members of the Irish Guards in the British Army. The tradition carries on today with the Irish Guards still wearing shamrocks flown over from Ireland. When is the St Patrick's Day parade in London and what's the route? While the festivities start on Friday, March 16, the parade takes place on Sunday, culminating in a performance in Trafalgar Square. It begins in Hyde Park Corner at 12pm and goes through Haymarket … [Read more...] about Where is the St Patrick’s Day 2019 parade in London? Start time, route and performances at Trafalgar Square
0 Have your say MEMORIES of those who have lost their lives under the armed forces umbrella will come to the forefront in a powerful musical performance this weekend. At the Mountbatten Festival of Music, held in the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Marines Band Service will play an emotional tribute to those who lost their lives in both the D-Day assault and the Deal barracks bombings – as both events reach commemorative milestones. This year marks 75 years since the D-Day landings, and 30 years since the Deal barracks bombings – where 11 members of the Royal Marines Band Service lost their lives in an IRA attack.Musicians young and old are keen to honour the fallen with their performance this weekend – spending the whole of yesterday afternoon rehearsing their performance at the Pyramids Centre in Southsea.For bugler Ashley Forshaw, 20 from Gosport, this will be his first performance in the Festival of Music.He said: 'It is a bit … [Read more...] about From Take That to The Greatest Showman… Royal Marines Band Service prepares musical spectacle to commemorate Deal and D-Day anniversary