Four schools from the national theatre arts school Stagecoach performed in a spectacular extravaganza themed around magic to raise money for three good causes.
Students from the Leamington, Warwick, Kenilworth and Banbury took the stage in two shows at the Spa Centre on Sunday June 26.
They then performed the song I’ll put a spell on you for an all-cast finale.
Three charities – Banbury Young Homeless Project (BYHP), Riding for the Disabled (RDA) and The Performing Arts Children’s Charity – will shortly receive equal donations from the proceeds.
Principal of Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington Spa schools, Jacqui Dance, said : “It was just fantastic.
“From the youngest to the oldest student, everyone gave their all.
“We just couldn’t have asked for more.
“It wasn’t just on stage that the hard work took place though Both Principals had a strong, capable and willing team of parent volunteer chaperones, all responsible for helping with costume changes, make-up, getting the students on stage on cue and so much more.”
Stagecoach is now enrolling for its autumn term which begins on Saturday Srptember 24.
There is no audition to join and places are open to any child who wasn’t to learn to sing, dance and act.
For more information visit www.stagecoach.co.uk