The students from The Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts in Beverley dazzled their family and friends with a spectacular performance of PQA’s brand-new show ‘Trouble’s A Brewin’’ on Sunday 8th July!
As part of PQA’s curriculum students have the once in a lifetime chance to perform in the heart of London’s theatreland and, for one night only, get to experience the thrill and buzz of performing on a West End stage. PQA Beverley had the freedom to be as imaginative and creative with their part of the show as they liked, from the casting and staging right through to the choreography.
This brand-new show is a musical comedy set in a fictional Mid-West town in the 1870s. Sheriff Trifle is on the hunt for a group of bandits who threaten to disturb the peace ahead of the town’s eleventh birthday. The sudden disappearance of fifty big ones means that it’s up to Sheriff Trifle to catch the thieves and save the day.
The Principal from PQA Beverley James Aconley said “The students should be so proud of all their hard work in the run up to the show. Their professionalism, their confidence on stage and how they delivered their lines to perfection resembles the work of some of the top West End stage performers. Above all the students had fun and absolutely loved performing in front of a sell-out crowd.”
With many more performances of Trouble’s A Brewin’ scheduled for this year, PQA students are set to continue to take the West End by storm!
For more information please visit pqacademy.com