AN APPLEBY theatre college student has received a prestigious scholarship with The Stage newspaper to attend Razzamataz South Lakes .
Kayeligh Ingham, 14, from Appleby has been named as the recipient of the scholarship to attended Razzamataz for a year completely free of charge after an audition process judged by industry professionals.
The particular Stage newspaper is the particular trade publication for theatre and the performing arts founded in 1880.
This prestigious business newspaper and website has been working in association with Razzamataz for several years to offer a scholarship to the young person who displays the drive, dedication plus natural talent that will help them to succeed in whatever path they choose in life.
Kayleigh was praised for her monologue performance.
Judges were particularly impressed by Kayleigh’s passion for drama and attention to detail within her piece.
“We are so proud of every child that took part in the season casting process and applaud them for having the courage in order to give it a go, ” says Asha, Principal of Razzamataz South Ponds.
“After the last few years of lockdowns, children have lost a lot of confidence, so we were delighted with how many applicants we had as well as the high standard associated with entries.
“We looked for those that demonstrated a maturity and a real desire to learn, and we were happy to provide Kayleigh, the particular scholarship.
“We really hope this inspires Kayleigh to keep working hard plus enjoying her performing arts training. ”
Kayleigh was thrilled when she heard and it has given the girl an enormous boost of confidence.
Each applicant was asked to submit a self-tape audition associated with no more than two minutes long showing all of them performing either a musical theatre song and dance, street dancing, pop track, drama improvisation or scripted drama item.
The audition has been open to both current students and those without any previous training, because the judges had been looking with regard to young people along with a raw talent and the ambitions in order to embrace the particular Razzamataz coaching.
The particular Stage scholarship is worth up to £720 per pupil, offering financial assistance to families and a huge boost of confidence regarding the young winner.
The Stage scholarships are just one associated with the many opportunities that will Razzamataz Southern Lakes is committed to offering local children.
Others include a wide range of performing events both locally and on the West End stage, the particular chance to take part in workshops led by professional performers as well as the unique opportunity to audition for the Future Fund, the school’s own charity which helps to financially support students going on to study performing artistry at college or university.
Razzamataz South Lakes hold classes in movement and melodies for babies and toddlers, and dance, drama plus singing lessons for kids aged 4-18 years within Kendal upon Tuesdays, Penrith on Wednesdays and Appleby on Thursdays.
To find out more and book a free trial session or intended for details about the upcoming Summer School Sessions, contact Primary Asha on [email protected] co. uk or 07539 144225.