Stagecoach Performing Arts supports the Band of the West Midlands Fire Service for charity
7th June 2019
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Stagecoach Performing Arts in Sutton Coldfield are preparing to don fancy dress and inviting the audience to do so for a "super heroic" performance at a Sutton Coldfield church next month with the Band of the West Midlands Fire Service. 

The performance is in aid of  the Band`s nominated charity of the year, St Basil`s, which helps the homeless in the region.  

The performance, Heroes and Villains, will be held at the United Reformed Church on 9th June at 4.30pm in Brassington Avenue.  The performance will feature well-known tunes such as the "super heroic" music from Superman and a "super heroic" Disney Villains melody.

  "Stagecoach has grown to become the UK`s largest network of part-time performing arts schools for children" explained Joy Thomas, Principle of Stagecoach Performing Arts in Sutton Coldfield and Coventry.  "Founded in 1988, over the years we have seen  more than one million students unlock their potential, which is something they will value for their whole life".

  Famous puppets, caped crusaders and dangerous dragons will also be making an appearance.  The students of Stagecoach and Band of the West Midlands Fire Service have been donning their leotards, capes and masks ahead of the family concert, inspired by the best baddies and greatest good guys films, television and stories have to offer.  Stagecoach and the Band are keen for the audience to do just the same and hope to see as many in fancy dress as possible.   

There will also be a raffle with some fantastic, locally-donated prizes and an interval at the concert with refreshments provided.  Tickets are £10 adults, £5 for seniors and students and all accompanied children are free of charge.   

"Stagecoach students have the opportunity to shine and demonstrate their performance skills at a variety of events in the UK and overseas" explained Joy Thomas.  "Our students have showcased their talents on the West End stage at Her Majesty`s Theatre in London as well as regional theatres across the UK".    Joy Thomas believes that acting harnesses many of the core social and mental skills that build self-esteem, an important element when going through school and life.  By acting in performances students have the opportunity to learn together and shine as individuals.   

"We provide a thriving, nurturing, supportive and inspirational environment for learning" said Joy Thomas.  "Together, we make a difference to our student`s lives. 

Parents know that their children are in safe hands because we adhere to the strictest child safety policies."   Stagecoach performing Arts are based at the Bakehouse Studios on the High Street in Sutton Coldfield. 

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