Youngsters shine at Great Yarmouth show put on by Premier Performing Arts

The show at St George's Theatre.
Picture: Liberty Grimmer

The show at St George's Theatre. Picture: Liberty Grimmer - Credit: Archant

A first of its kind show featuring children from 10 schools in the Great Yarmouth area has been hailed a success.

The Premier Performing Arts show saw youngsters from primary and high schools show off their talents on the stage of St George's Theatre.

The event was sold out and also featured Premier Performing Arts Mini Groovers aged two to five.

Liberty Grimmer, Premier Performing Arts coordinator, said: 'The show was fantastic.'

'All that were involved did an amazing job! A big thank you to all the parents for their brilliant support on the night.

'The children have been working so hard for a whole term on rehearsing routines for the show.

'The show was an amazing experience for all and we can wait for the next one.

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Premier Preforming Arts are part of the Premier Educational Group. Its aim is to inspire and engage the younger generation through physical activity.

Premier Performing Arts would like to take the opportunity to thank all the teachers from each school for their continuous support.

Special thanks to Laura Eagle- Sayer, Danny Boswell, Ross Catchpole, David Gould and Kayleigh Taylor who help supported Liberty Grimmer the Project coordinator of premier performing Arts, along with all the colleagues at Premier Sports.

If you school or child to be involved in Premier Performing please contact for more information.

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