Students from Stagecoach Performing Arts in Wokingham have graced the stage of His Majesty's Theatre in London’s West End.

Showcasing their singing and dancing talents, students took the stage on March 23.

The performing arts school said: "The students worked tremendously hard during rehearsals in what made for a spectacular event, featuring a diverse repertoire of medleys and renditions of well-known songs from musicals and films. "

Among the highlights were stirring renditions of "Spice Up Your Life" by The Spice Girls to contemporary favourites such as "Pink" by Lizzo and "Dance The Night" by Dua Lipa.

The performances spanned a diverse range of musical genres and styles.

The evening was not only a celebration of the students from Stagecoach in Wokingham but also students hailing from schools across the region, including Camberley, Sidcup, Chigwell, Watford, Maidstone West, Totton, Potters Bar and Weston-super-Mare.

Claire Louise Rosser, Principal of Stagecoach Performing Arts Wokingham, said: "It was an amazing experience witnessing our students unite and showcase their talents on the esteemed stage of His Majesty's Theatre. After weeks of dedicated rehearsals, they delivered an exceptional performance, one they should all be immensely proud of."

In the 36 years since launching, Stagecoach Performing Arts has seen more than one million students pursue their creative potential.

Early Stages classes are available for children aged four to six and Main Stages classes for six to 18-year-olds.