Theatre youngsters are lined up for debut at peace in the park

Youngsters  from performing arts company A Mind Apart Theatre are busy preparing for their first appearance at Peace in the Park which returns to the Ponderosa, Netherthorpe on June.9
Youngsters from performing arts company A Mind Apart Theatre are busy preparing for their first appearance at Peace in the Park which returns to the Ponderosa, Netherthorpe on June.9

PERFORMERS aged from five to 25 from award-winning performing arts company A Mind Apart Theatre are preparing for their first appearance at Peace in the Park which returns to the Ponderosa, Netherthorpe, on June 9.

“We are so excited to be bringing together the amazing and committed young people who attend our various performing arts classes around the city to deliver a diverse use of physical and street theatre,” said theatre show organiser Natasha McGowan.

The director of A Mind Apart, based at Burton Street Centre in Hillsborough, 26-year-old Jodie Marshall, recently voted among the Top 50 Ones to Watch by the Institute of Public Policy Research, added: “The participants have worked so hard, we are sure our first festival performance will be another great success.”