Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School’s students return to Greenwich Theatre
The Show Must Go On: Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School to return to the stage in their Variety Performance at Greenwich Theatre
After being postponed due to the pandemic, Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School’s students return to Greenwich Theatre to present their Variety Performance in January 2022.
The Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School is thrilled to announce an exciting lineup of song and dance numbers to be performed by students aged between 4 – 18 years old. The spectacular Variety Performance will take place at 4pm on 23rd January 2022 at the Greenwich Theatre. Tickets are available to purchase now.
Previously postponed due to lockdown restrictions, the students of the Greenwich Theatre & Film School will be able to welcome back audiences at last. Under the direction of industry professionals, students have been working towards this performance in their weekly classes.
Anna Fiorentini, founder and principal of the Theatre & Film School said -
“We are beyond excited to be able to finally put on this incredible show. The students have been working so hard and can’t wait to entertain audiences. We’ve had a difficult couple of years not knowing if the school would have to close or if we would be able to do live performances again. But our fabulous students have shown that they are not quitters and they want to use this opportunity to show-off what they’ve been learning. We hope the community will once again get behind our students and support their local children and young people.”
The Covid-19 crisis created an unprecedented challenge and hit the Anna Fiorentini Performing Arts School hard. However, thanks to large grants from The Arts Council and the Coronavirus Support Fund (distributed by The National Lottery), support from local charities, as well as donations from individuals and small firms, the School can continue to provide opportunities for children and young people to increase in confidence and self-esteem through the performing arts.
Tickets cost £17 each and are now available to purchase through the Greenwich Theatre website:
It’s a really exciting time to be joining the Theatre & Film School, and with the help of the Social Enterprise Support Fund (distributed by Unltd), all of the schools and activities are Covid-19 secure. And due to popular demand, the Greenwich branch has opened up a new afternoon school on Saturdays. The School has some obligation-free taster days lined up for the new year in their Camden, Docklands, Greenwich and Hackney branches. For more information and to sign up now, visit:
The Anna Fiorentini Performing Arts School believes that social and economic diversity in their classes is beneficial to all. The Fiorentini Foundation, the charitable arm of the Theatre & Film School, provides less privileged children or those with long term health issues access to the world of the performing arts through their Bursary Scheme. For more information and to apply for the Bursary Scheme, visit:
By Lynn Beaumont