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Theatre school offers free place to two lucky students

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:40 14 September 2017

A performing arts school is offering a free place to two lucky students.

A performing arts school is offering a free place to two lucky students.

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A performing arts school is giving two aspiring performers the chance to join for free.

Leaders of theschool of Contemporary Dance and Performing Arts will be holding auditions in Nailsea tomorrow (Thursday).

Ian Woolley, founder of theschool, said: “We are pleased to announce that, through a kind donation, we are able to offer two free spaces to children aged nine to 12, who have never had the opportunity to attend a performing arts school.

“We are not looking for existing ability or formal training, we are looking for young people who, due to a lack of funding or a lack of opportunity, have never had the chance to study within a performing arts school before.”

The group is holding auditions at The Link in Nailsea School, Mizzymead Road, from 11am-1pm. People are being asked to register first on its Facebook page @lifeattheschool or online at www.theschool.org.uk

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