Alive with Sound of Musicals

Performers put on a festive treat.
Performers put on a festive treat.
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Rugby was alive with the Sound of Musicals last weekend as young theatre company ASH Stage Prdocutions celebrated their tenth major production with a gala night performance.

It was bought to life over two nights at the state-of-the-art theatre at Avon Valley Schoool and Performing Arts College in Newbold.

The production was a culmination of three months hard work, featuring and strong and talented cast of around 80 local young performers aged three - 17 years.

Rugby Mayor Sally Bragg was among the guests.

She said: “It was a fantastic variety of musicals, a real Christmas treat.

The little ones melted your heart as they thrived in their stage presence and the junior and senior members reached notes to impress.”

ASH Stage Productions, still a young and relatively new company, celebrated three years of business this year, reaching yet another major milestone with their 10th major production.

The company which was a launched by Rugby born and bred husband and wife duo in 2013, Adam and Samantha Holst, quickly rose to prominence establishing themselves as one of the very best youth theatre companies in the Midlands following a string of hugely successful and sell out productions.

Adam and Samantha Holst, company co-founders and owners said: “Words can not explain just how proud of every single member of our hugely talented company we are, we absolutely love every moment of it.”