Sunday, June 16, 2013


Tomorrow's Talent at the Cramphorn Theatre

An arresting start in scarlet and black, Gangnam Style, for this year's revue, followed by denim and white for Car Wash, which featured a clever human chassis. And a rich mix of footwear, including flippers and some sparkly sneakers, for New Shoes. The youngsters are accompanied by pied pipers from the teaching team, in a seamless, polished sequence of song and dance.
There's disciplined choral singing, too, in Beauty and the Beast and When I Grow Up, from Matilda, which also furnished Revolting Children – the finale.
A generous helping of Wonka's chocolate gives the five golden ticket winners a chance to shine, with nice monologues from Violet and Charlie. A neat ensemble production line, and, from the younger students, lively green-wigged Oompah-Loompahs.
As Tomorrow's Talent prepares for its tenth year, the future looks as busy and successful as ever. Their Glee Club Team РFigure of Eight Рwho contributed two accomplished guest spots to the show Рwill be hoping to do even better in next year's CBBC finals. And next month in the Civic, an 80-strong cast will perform Miss Saigon Рits Essex amateur premi̬re Рand we heard a brief Bui Doi as a teaser.

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