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Bugsy gang treading the boards
THE much loved 1930s style gangster story, Bugsy Malone, will continue at The Mayflower tonight.
The musical, a summer youth project directed by chief executive Michael Ockwell, stars more than 200 of the South’s rising stars.
The two main female leads are excited to be part of it.
Tamlin Morgan, 16, who plays Blousey Brown, said: “This means everything to me; I was so shocked to discover that I had landed the role of Blousey and even more shocked when I started rehearsals – it’s been incredible!”
Chloe Rice, 15, who plays Tallulah added, “I’ve wanted to perform on the Mayflower stage for so long,” Chloe lives in Southampton and has loved watching performances at the Mayflower, with her Mum and Grandma, all her life. She first discovered her love of performing years ago, when she was asked to leave a toddlers music group after dancing around on the stage too much!
“I’m so lucky to have been given the opportunity to show what I can do”
After beating 400 other youngsters to the parts, they are taking to the stage following two weeks of intensive rehearsals.
- Limited tickets remain for today’s two shows. Click here for tickets>>
- For our review of the show, see Monday’s Your Entertainment
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