WREXHAM theatre pupils are off to London to perform at one of the capital’s most prestigious venues.

Pupil’s from Theatretrain’s School of Performing Arts in Wrexham are preparing for a visit to London to perform at The Royal Albert Hall.

Youngsters, all aged between six and 17 will be joining forces with 25 other Theatretrain schools from around the UK to present a celebration of Movement at the iconic London venue in June.

The school has been holding its Saturday morning classes in dancing, acting and singing at Ysgol Morgan Llwyd on Cefn Road since 2007.

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Since that time the group have staged productions at The Stiwt Theatre, The Forum Studio Theatre in Chester and have previously performed at The Royal Albert Hall in 2010 and 2012 (before some of the current pupils were born) as well as a lavish production at The O2 in 2013.

Theatretrain specialises in providing training in dancing, acting and singing and provides regular opportunities for children to perform, both on local and national stages.

Introductory classes for three to five year olds were launched in 2016.

The current class of four and five year olds will be travelling to Theatr Clwyd for their summer production as they take part in “Theatretrain’s Greatest Hits” in June.

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