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27th Nov, 2021

All Sorts planned at launch of permanent home for city group

Aaron Wise 27th Dec, 2017

A WORCESTER theatrical school will kick off the New Year with the launch of a permanent home in the city.

All Sorts of Performing Arts, who previously used Bishop Perowne CE College, Warndon Youth and Community Centre and The Green Centre, in Dines Green, for its variety of workshops and classes, will now call Medway Youth and Community Centre its home.

Thanks to an agreement with Worcester Municipal Charities, the theatrical school will host a launch event on Sunday, January 21 at the Medway Road centre, where Warren Bullock, star of Channel 5’s Baby Ballroom, will officially open its new home.

The school will celebrate its fourth year in 2018, having grown from an initial ten students to more than a hundred, who enjoy care home performances, after school clubs, workshops and annual pantomime shows.

The new base at Medway will allow All Sorts to introduce performing arts awards in set and stage design, choreography awards, adult classes, children’s parties and pre-school classes.

Stuart Inglis, principal at All Sorts, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity to build on our current activity and will allow us to offer more in terms of variety of classes, increased frequency of classes and the space to accommodate greater numbers within the classes to reduce waiting lists.”

The launch event takes place at 1pm and there will be demonstrations and workshops throughout the afternoon.

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