Students from a leading Bracknell-based performing arts school impressed audiences across London after appearing in a showstopping performance at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

After weeks of hard work and rehearsals, the group from Stage Coach Performing Arts School in Bracknell performed a series of songs from the hit musical, ‘Something Rotten’.

The group starred alongside hundreds of other students aged 6 to 18 from eight Stage Coach schools across the South East.

Sarah Brindley, Principal of Stagecoach in Bracknell said, “Their performance was nothing short of spectacular.

“Each student not only met the technical demands of the pieces but also brought a level of emotion and expression that genuinely touched the audience - it was definitely a tough act to follow."

‘Something Rotten’ is an award-wing Broadway Musical by Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick. The kids delved into the thrilling and classic renditions of it’s iconic soundtrack.

The performance took place for audiences at the New Wimbledon Theatre on Sunday, June 2

Stage Coach has praised the students' creativity and courage, alongside the inspirational principals from each region.

In the 36 years since launching, Stagecoach Performing Arts has seen more than one million students unlock their creative potential, which they will value for their whole lives.

Provided with the support and dedication of such an outstanding Principal network, the students learn so much more than how to sing, dance and act. Stagecoach helps them blossom into well-rounded individuals, ready to embrace life and all of its exciting opportunities.

With a network of over 60,000 students and more than 3,000 extra-curricular Performing Arts Schools worldwide, Stagecoach aims to make a difference in its students’ lives by teaching Creative Courage for Life and many children have gone on to study and work in Performing Arts from blockbuster films to countless roles in local theatre productions.