Mid Sussex-based JK Theatre Arts are offering one lucky child (aged 11-plus) a chance to receive six months free tuition with the school.
Simply email email@example.com giving your name, address and day-time phone number and putting JK Theatre Arts in the subject line. Or write to JK Theatre Arts competition, c/o Phil Hewitt, Chichester Observer, Unicorn House, Eastgate Square, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1JN. Entries to be received by midnight on November 10. Only the winners will be contacted. All entries will then be destroyed
JK Theatre Arts run theatre classes for both children and adults at the Park Centre, Burgess Hill. Set up in 2008 by Kim Wright and Jamie Bannerman, the school now works with more than 150 children per week across Sussex in musical theatre classes, schools and regular holiday workshops for children.
Kim said: “JK regularly perform in events within the community including the upcoming Big Dance Off competition in January 2012. In August, they opened Haywards Heath’s Making Waves on Broadway show and spectators were treated to a sing along session and left dancing in the street with musical numbers including We Go Together and Greased Lightnin’.”
Kim added: “Recent news includes one JK student getting through tough auditions to gain a place on the junior team in the Worthing pantomime of Peter Pan and another student featuring in a film, set to shoot at the end of this month.
“JK students range from three-16 years and they are actively encouraged to work in all three area of performing arts; dance, drama and singing in weekly classes to attain their potential. Adult classes include DanceFit which aims to inspire people to exercise and the best thing about the class is that no dance experience is required! JK also offer children parties and themed party entertainment.”
Further information about all their sessions can be found on the JK website www.jktheatrearts.co.uk or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
K Students perform their Christmas production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ at the Park Centre on Wednesday, December 14. Contact Kim to book your free seats.