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Theatre school celebrates decade in business with scholarships
A THEATRE school is celebrating its 10th birthday by offering 10 full scholarships to wannabe young stars.
All the Arts was set up by sisters Lucy and Hannah Morgans in Bexley village in 2003 with just 25 pupils, it now has 600 across branches in Bromley, Bexley and Greenwich.
The sisters’ mum Jillian has started a casting agency alongside the school, with youngsters landing roles in TV and the West End.
Former Brookside actress Lucy said: “The aim of the school has always been to provide affordable classes for local children.
“My parents had really struggled to put me through theatre school and I wanted to be able to give youngsters a chance to train, without it costing the earth.”
Hannah added: “It is so important to us that children do not miss out on the benefits of performing due to unaffordable fees.
“This is why we decided to mark our decade in business, we would offer 10 local children a full scholarship for our classes.”
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