Three talented students from the All the Arts Theatre School have landed roles in School of Rock at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre.

The stage adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit and award-winning West End show opens on November 15.

The trio, Arthur, Chloe, and Grace, will perform alongside a cast of young talents in the WWOS Musical Theatre's latest production.

The All the Arts Theatre School offers “affordable yet professional classes” in the Bexley, Bromley, Eltham & Sidcup areas.

The school was founded in 2003 to provide professional training for children ages three to 19 in all aspects of the performing arts.

School of Rock is a comedy-drenched musical spin-off of the popular movie, involving Dewey Finn, a collapsed rock star who takes up a substitute teaching job at a prestigious prep school.

He teaches his academic high achievers how to perform a roof-raising rock band show “sensationally performed live by the production’s young actors every night with roof-raising energy”.

It will feature a total of 32 local kids, found following extensive auditions held earlier this year.

Amid the exciting flurry of music training, Dewey finds an unexpected romantic spark with the school's strict headmistress.

Performances run from November 15 to 18 with 7.30pm and 3pm shows each day.

Tickets range from £15 - £28 with an additional £3.65 transaction fee possible.

Drama coach Craig Peters said “We are thrilled to have three pupils in this show. Arthur and Chloe were nominated for Young Entertainers Academy Awards last year, with Arthur going on to win the award for Best Young Actor in the community and we are delighted that their abilities have been recognised by the team behind the production.

“It is imperative that children have the opportunity to perform in large-scale local productions to develop their talents and build confidence in performing.”