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Teacher’s go on Rocky Horror Tour

- 13 November 2014

Two of our teachers swapped their teaching boots for their dancing shoes this Halloween to go on tour with The Rocky Horror Experience. The Tour started at Wolverhampton Civic Hall and finished at Morecambe Winter Garden’s. Morecambe has seen some of … Continue reading

The Star Project In The News

The Star Project In The News

- 28 November 2013

DANCERS WANTED AT THE FACTORY The Star Project Theatre School is calling for dancers to join Street and Hip Hop classes at the exciting new Factory centre, in Longbridge. ‘The Factory’ is a three storey flagship youth centre that opened … Continue reading

Hartshorn Hook take to the stage at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

- 19 August 2013

  After an intense 2 week rehearsal period in London at Jerwood Space, London Bridge our newly formed cast made its way to the bustling capital of Scotland to spend the month of August performing at The Edinburgh Fringe! Our … Continue reading

Scrooged the Musical Tickets ON SALE NOW!

- 1 November 2012

  Get your Scrooged the Musical Tickets Today! Click Here to Get Yours   On December 9th 2012 @ Spadesbourne Suite (Behind Bromsgrove Council House) the students from The Star Project Theatre School will be performing thier version of Scrooged the Musical. … Continue reading

Bromsgrove Standard – 18th March 2011

- 27 June 2012

Unique extravaganza Fourteen dancers from the Barnt Green based Star Project Theatre School will appear on stage at Birmingham Town Hall on March 30 in a unique extravaganza. The Ways It’s Meant To Be, which will feature more than 400.

The Advertiser / Messenger – 23rd March 2011

- 27 June 2012

Let’s do the whole show Children from a Barnt Green theatre school will be joining hundreds of others from around the Midlands to take part in a musical extravaganza in Birmingham. A total of 14 dancers from The Star Project … Continue reading

Bromsgrove Advertiser – 20th April 2011

- 27 June 2012

The Magic of the Stage Dancers from a Barnt Green-based theatre school had the opportunity to tread the boards on one of Birmingham’s biggest stages. The children from The Star Project Theatre School were performing as animals from Noad’s Ark … Continue reading