Saturday 21 September 2019

Wexford fashion show fund raiser for Nepal

By David Tucker

the Corish-Wallace Performing Arts School is to present 'The Walk', a theatrical fashion show in aid of the Nepal Earthquake Appeal, at White's of Wexford, this Sunday, June 28.

The students will take to the customised stage with an eclectic mix of performances ranging from musicals such as 'Les Miserables' and 'Blues Brothers' to various genres of music such as the '60s up to the present day. 'Vyre Freerunning Crew,' five of whom are students in the school, will perform a vibrant and electric ensemble.

The students will interpret their own version of popular TV series 'Game Of Thrones' and a lot more. Ex-students have also returned for this special event and have co-produced alongside Directors, Carmel and Lauren Corish-Wallace and will also take part in the performance themselves

'The students have been working extremely hard for this charitable event and are very aware of the effects of the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake, especially the Children,' said Lauren, 'we take pride in the fact that our students are working hard to help this cause, "Children helping Children".'

A matinee takes place at 2 p.m. and an evening show at 7 p.m. Tickers are €5 and €10.

For more information call 087 2026246 or 086 1908488.

• Meanwhile, students from the Corish-Wallace Performing Arts School have received certificates from the (L.A.M.D.A) London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts in Speech and Drama, Mime, Public Speaking, Acting and Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals.

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