Fame Calls for Budding Stage Actors; in the Community SUPPORTING LOCAL INITIATIVES ON MERSEYSIDE

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Fame Calls for Budding Stage Actors; in the Community SUPPORTING LOCAL INITIATIVES ON MERSEYSIDE


Your ECHO continues to support initiatives which help young people and their families to improve social skills, confidence, vision and teamwork by supporting a broad spectrum of community programmes, including arts, culture, sport, educational projects and more.

Liverpool Empire Theatre - Fame... A total of 130 young budding entertainers aged 11-21 are being offered a chance at Fame. The Liverpool Empire's yearly Stage Experience project for 2010, sponsored by your ECHO, sees youngsters working with industry professionals to produce a full-scale production of legendary 1980s musical Fame.

Potential participants need to audition on March 20 and complete an application form beforehand, available to collect from the Empire's box office and downloadable from www.liverpoolempire.org.uk. Closing date is March 8. As well as the performers, there are also a small number of technical placements available for those more interested in behind-thescenes work.

The project costs pounds 150 and includes two weeks' professional tuition. The ECHO's sponsorship money will provide relevant materials, including costumes.

For more information email education. empire@livenation.co.uk or call 0151 708 3202.

THE ECHO's WISH campaign... Chosen community groups across Merseyside need your help to grab a share of pounds 50,000. To find out how you can get involved in supporting a community group near you simply visit www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/wish.

WIN KIT competitions... Well done to Mr Johnson who helped his team - Mollies Munch U8's, Bootle & Litherland League - win a new football kit. …

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