Youngsters get a taste of Hollywood glamour at Royston cinema

The youngsters enjoyed being treated to the film at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay

The youngsters enjoyed being treated to the film at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay - Credit: Archant

Children have been treated to a Hollywood-style red carpet entrance into the Royston Picture Palace for a screening of a short film – all about their talent.

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay - Credit: Archant

The students from Stage Right Studios in Royston walked the red carpet at the community cinema, based at the town hall, to a premiere screening of the show 200 students performed at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage in the summer.

In total, 200 students from the performing arts school – aged between five years old to adults – participated in the showcase.

Principal Kerry Hay said: “The screening was an excellent way for our talented performers to be able to see themselves dance.

“The Royston Picture Palace was the ideal venue, creating a theatre setting for them to watch the show footage in.

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay - Credit: Archant


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“The event was a huge success - the students absolutely loved being VIP’s for the afternoon.”

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay

Stage Right Studio youngsters on the red carpet at the Royston Picture Palace. Picture: Kerry Hay - Credit: Archant

Children got to watch one of their own performances at the Royston cinema. Picture: Kerry Hay

Children got to watch one of their own performances at the Royston cinema. Picture: Kerry Hay - Credit: Archant

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