Applications open to Brent’s young performers for the Glee Glub Challenge
- Credit: Archant
Young performers in Brent have the opportunity to take part in a free all-singing all-dancing competition.
The Jack Petchy Foundation is taking bookings for its free music and dance education programme aimed at performers aged 11 to 25.
Its Glee Club Challenge is a flagship programme inspired by the award winning Glee TV series.
Schools, youth organisations, drama and dance groups, friends with a passion for performing, established groups or those just starting out can all apply but must do so before the September deadline. The challenge is fully funded by the JPF charity and provides free entry, free assessment and workshop visits and free bootcamps with theatre and music industry professionals, and a chance to perform at prestigious venues across London and Essex.
Eastenders star Tamzin Outhwaite is patron.
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