Little Voices Fulham Pupils’ Wow the Crowd

Children aged from 3-12 took to the stage

Last month, all the students, aged between 4 - 12 years from the Little Voices Fulham performing arts training school, put on a spectacular performance to family and friends at there mid term performance. The hall was filled with parents, friends and family who came along to see this well-known school’s talented students in action.

Principal of Little Voices, Ashlea Pearson commented:
“Since September 2015 all of our pupils have been working hard towards their performance pieces. I wanted to give our pupils and parents this fabulous opportunity, allowing parents, friends and family the chance to see what the pupils have been getting up to in our lessons and to witness their remarkable improvement in both singing and drama.

Pupils; Max Moorehouse, Grace Corah, Thomas Macland, Bianca Marquis and Tessa Mette performed a 20 minute scene from the popular musical ‘Hairspray’ tackling the famous ‘You Can’t Stop The Beat’ song.

Not only did our older pupils perform but our ‘Mini Voices’ aged 3 - 7 years all took to the stage to perform their ‘Seussical The Musical’ piece with each child having their own solo line.

Little Voices principal, Ashlea said:
“Everyone were flawless and appeared totally confident. It was fantastic! A huge thank you to our wonderful Little Voices Fulham team and pupils.”

Little Voices offers lessons in singing and acting for children over the age of four. Its students have gone on to gain places in prestigious acting schools and television shows for Channel 4 and the BBC. The professional approach that Little Voices takes to tuition, together with small classes, helps students to improve quickly and attain high standards.

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March 15, 2016