Simply the Best for St Albans theatre school

15:49 03 April 2014

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A free workshop run by a St Albans theatre arts school for young people next Tuesday, April 8, will be followed by the award of scholarships for its Saturday afternoon school.

Best Theatre Arts is offering five free places and 10 at half price for youngsters aged six to 16. No experience is necessary and the scholarships last for a year with further support in the second year.

The workshop is being held at Sandringham School on The Ridgeway and to book online go to www.besttheatrearts.com or call on 01727 759634.

The following day, Wednesday, April 9, Best is also holding scholarship auditions for its school of acting. They are for children aged eight to 18 who are keen to push forward as actors and students are prepared for GCSE, A-level, drama school and for work in the theatre profession.

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