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March 3, 2009

PUNCHY songs, energetic dance routines and impressive solo performances make Fame The Musical an uplifting, must-see show.

The cast of young artists impress with their multitude of talents from ballet to street dance, violin playing to singing.

The two-and-a-half-hour show follows the inspiring story of the kids from New York's School for the Performing Arts.

The group of students go from auditions to their graduation ceremony, taking audiences through the highs, lows, friendships, romances and sheer hard work that is daily life for the star-struck pupils in their quest for success.

Beverley Trotman, of X factor fame, joins the cast as one of four teachers hoping to guide the ambitious students to stardom.

The performers also include chart singer Holly James and nine members of Channel Four's Musicality.

Fame The Musical also cannot be spoken about without mentioning the extraordinary music played by the band and the impressive scenery, which both made for a seamless, smooth performance.

So, for a good night of entertainment that will get you dancing out of your seat, Fame The Musical is definitely a top choice.

The show will be staged from March 2-7. Tickets, priced £13-19.50, are available from the Ticketmaster on 0844 847 2341.

 

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