COMPANY LIST - ALL SHOOK UP

 

ALL SHOOK UP COMPANY LIST

• Ben Ankers
• Angelina Bennett
• Eden Birch
• Caterina Cardiera
• Gabriel Cardiera
• Harry Corcoran
• Thomas Corcoran
• Poppy Coyle
• Zena Cushing
• Millie Day
• Dominique Eccles
• Ria Fessey
• Georgia Harding
• Grace Hayes
• Skye Hayes
• Ashleigh-Louise Hetherington
• Matthew Higginson
• Jasmine King
• Natasha Major
• Louise Millington
• Alfie Molloy
• Amanda Murphy
• Zara Newton
• Millie Pang
• Nathan Power
• Hannah Ridehalgh
• Jess Thorpe
• Isobel Twist
• Cara Whitney-Cook
• Molly Wilkinson
• Yasmin Wilson
• Tess Wright

A PROFILE OF SONG

SONG was formed in 1979, under the auspices of our senior society – Southport Amateur Operatic Society (now Southport Spotlights Musical Theatre Society) – to stimulate the interest of young people in musical productions - the first production being "The Boyfriend" in 1980.

Open to young people from the age of ten upwards to eighteen SONG aims to produce one large scale musical each Easter, and a smaller workshop or cabaret style presentation later in the same year. By concentrating on this major production each year, with a generous six month rehearsal schedule, the group is able to stage large chorus numbers, complex dance routines, and songs with intricate harmonies. This is achieved by hard work, the expertise of talented production teams, and a belief in a disciplined approach to stage work. Each member has to go through an audition process before being accepted into SONG. This has proved to be a perfect training for those young people who have ambitions to pursue a professional career in musical theatre. A number of the group’s former members have progressed to professional dance and stage schools, and some are currently working in top West End shows, some in the media and others in professional productions touring world wide.

Belonging to SONG has enabled many of our members to fulfil their ambition of performing on stage. In addition to this obvious satisfaction, our members learn to work together as a team, improve their self-confidence and develop their own personalities – all of which prove a great benefit as they move into the adult world and whichever field of career they wish to pursue.

The SONG Committee who manage the group give their time, skills and energies on a purely voluntary basis. We believe wholeheartedly in the worth of the experiences provided through membership of SONG.

There can be little doubt that, whether you are a performer, or a patron, the musical theatre has a magic of its own. We believe that SONG has a responsibility to provide a little of that magic for the young people of Southport.

Reg. charity number 502783 (under the auspices of Southport Spotlights Musical Theatre Society)

Forms & Information To Download

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It is imperative that SONG Company members understand the importance of attendance at Sunday rehearsals and especially in the weeks prior to staging of our production.

Are you interested in becoming a regular supporter of our talented youth group? If so, we would like to invite you to become a “Friend of SONG”.

For an annual subscription of £50 you will receive a complimentary ticket and programme to our major production in April and a mention in our programme as a supporter of SONG and its activities. We will also give you regular updates of SONG’s activities, plus an invitation to be our guest at any social events we plan during the year.
By becoming a “Friend of SONG” you will be helping to ensure the continued success of our long-established and well-regarded amateur youth group.
If you would like to support SONG in this way, please contact us.