More than 100 talented youngsters took to the stage at the weekend to celebrate Mothering Sunday and held a children’s charity.
Students from Bedford Stagecoach Theatre Arts School performed at the Bedford Corn Exchange on behalf of The Performing Arts Children’s Charity on Sunday, March 15 for the successful gala event.
There were 116 children aged from four to 17 years who took part in a specially written story of friends retelling their experience of a strange but mysterious adventure across changing seasons encompassing a mixture of drama, dance and song.
Special guests include Bedford Mayor Dave Hodgson, Bedfordshire’s High Sheriff Colin Osborne and Deputy Lord Lieutenant Ruth Bell, all local prominent figures supporting and involved in youth activities in Bedford.
The Performing Arts Children’s Charity is committed to helping children and young people with physical, mental or learning disabilities. They have developed a unique Instep programme to help teach life skills through the foundations of performing arts
Bedford Stagecoach Theatre Arts School and have been in Bedford for 18 years operating from Newnham Middle school on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings for ages four through to 18 years old.