by First Stages at Bromham Social Centre - 10 DECEMBER
You won't want to miss it - featuring
some of the best local young performers, professional
and semi-pro, showcasing some of their own music in
a celebration event to inspire stars of the future.
Look out for more details coming soon. Thanks to all
our stars and supporters, including the youngsters at
First Stages, George Wilding and Boudicca's Boys, Burbank,
Sweet Augustines, Hannah, Yaz K, Archie Combe, Jess
Foord, Kieran J Moore at Sheer Music and Ronnie Swift
Laurie at Marland Music!
"As has been the pattern for
the last 8 years - First Stages leads the way in professional
direction and stage production not only in Devizes but
throughout the amateur stage"
the huge success of SUPERCHOIR!
2015 organised by Devizes Rotary Club,
Carole was delighted to be working with Simon May again
as Artistic Director for this year's event.
Some of our members acted as models for the publicity
for the website: www.superchoir.com.
Many more First Stages members were also involved with
their school choirs in this huge concert of nearly 300
young voices performed at Dauntsey’s School, Market
Lavington on 6 July.
It’s all about the joy of performing in something
bigger than yourself, meeting and singing fantastic
music with other young people from many different schools.
We are very proud that the Duchess of Kent, herself
a school choir director, wrote a wonderful letter of
support for First Stages and this project.
2016 was on Wednesday July
6th, 2016 at Dauntsey’s School, Market Lavington!
Cliff Evans Chairman
of Devizes Rotary Club
presenting Carole (Artistic
with a Superchoir 2016
First Stages of Devizes is the only local group especially
for talented young people which appeals universally
to audiences of all ages. We are delighted and encouraged
that so many friends from the world of professional
musical theatre continue to support us.
But apart from staging our own concerts and shows we
support other local community events and charities throughout
There is a natural turnover of young talent at First
Stages and a steady flow of new applications. We are
surprised and flattered at how many come to us from
other local groups and well known Theatre Schools.