The busy month of March at Anna Fiorentini!

March has been an exciting and busy month for us, with preparations for Stage & the City launch and our annual variety show. The Anna Fiorentini Agency has also been busy with many high profile castings.

anna_fiorentiniClients of the Agency have recently secured roles in Bugsy Malone (Lyric Hammersmith), Music Videos for Ill Blu and Chozen as well as numerous short films.

We are very proud of the multiple contracts the Agency has negotiated over the years, including EastEnders, Song for Marion, The Revolting World of Stanley Brown, Top Boy, Hank Zipzer as well as the West End’s The Lion King, Matilda and Oliver. Students from all branches of the school work closely with the Agent to find suitable roles for them in the professional industry.

Last Saturday, my students, teachers, staff and volunteers once again pulled off an amazing show with our North London and Bethnal Green branches. I didn’t really think that they could produce something of such a high standard so soon after our Hackney Empire Show but I was blown away.

With the Easter Holidays just around the corner, we are already looking forward to the Summer Term, when we can welcome back our current students and potential students.

Final plans are underway for our next taster days too.

Potential students and parents can come along obligation free, try out the classes and meet the staff. This also gives the teachers the opportunity to make sure that all potential students will benefit from attending before they are awarded a place.

The next Taster Day takes place at our Greenwich branch on Saturday 18th April. Places are limited for these, so it is best to reserve a place asap to avoid disappointment. Parents can email or call the office on 020 7682 1403.

About Anna Fiorentini

Anna is a trained actress and still loves to tread the boards. She set up the first branch of the Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School in 2001 and encouraged some of the top leading industry professionals to join her and give something back to the community.

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