Yesterday it was announced that The Really Useful Group will sponsor educational performance workshops at the forthcoming Amateur Stage Expo.
The first Amateur Stage Expo takes place at London’s Business Design Centre in Islington on 31st March and 1st April 2012 and will be the largest event ever staged for amateur theatre participants and enthusiasts in the UK.
The two day event will feature live performances from theatre groups, exhibitors, educational performance and management workshops and open discussion groups covering all manner of topics.
Event Co-ordinator, Douglas Mayo said “We are delighted that Really Useful Group has come on board to support this event. As the organisation behind Andrew Lloyd Webber, the UK’s most prolific musical theatre composer ever, their involvement is invaluable”.
David Robinson, Head of Licensing at The Really Useful Group said “It is great to be involved in this exciting new event for amateur and school theatre. Thousands of youngsters in the UK perform Andrew’s shows each year and we’ll be releasing more shows in the coming months. For that reason it is important that we support the community of amateur performers and wish the inaugural Amateur Stage Expo the best possible start.”
Sponsorship of the educational performance workshops follows The Really Useful Group’s recent release of Cats and The Phantom Of the Opera to schools and youth groups in the UK and Eire.
Further information on the Expo can be found at www.amateurstageexpo.co.uk.
Find out how to licence a Really Useful Group show at www.stageamusical.com.
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