Tickets are selling fast for Mad Fish’s production One Voice at the Izzard Theatre in Bexhill.
Performances will be held this coming Saturday June 25 at 2.30pm and 7pm.
The concert will be a celebration of music and the amazing standard the performing arts studio has achieved with recent shows such as Oliver and Grease, and there will also be some classic show tunes.
Tickets for One Voice can be still be bought online at www.madfishmadfish.co.uk but the 7pm performance is now sold out.
Director Emma Burnett said: “The show is going to be incredible. We have brought together 100 Mad Fish singers to put on a musical spectacular, with students past and present, and we are putting on the highlights from our work over the last few years.
We’re excited to be performing One Voice at the Izzard Theatre where we have put on three smashing musicals to full houses.
“We’ve had great fun rehearsing our past shows Grease, Les Miserables and Oliver and we have added numbers from more amazing musicals such as West Side Story, Annie, Sunset Boulevard and Rent.
Mad Fish prides itself on the professional singing and acting talent we produce at the studio in Bexhill, and we are super proud not only of our professional successes but also how hard and dedicated the Mad Fish students are. But we couldn’t do it without all the support from the families and friends of all the crazy fishes.”
Mad Fish students have enjoyed amazing success recently, as Emma said: “We currently have two girls playing Cosette in the West End show Les Miserables, Sam Hickman has just finished The UK Tour of the Sound of Music after appearing as Dodger in Oliver UK Tour, Robyn went straight from Matilda into the world tour of The Sound of Music. Craig has just been cast in Matilda and one of our clients Isabelle performed in Mary Poppins at the Royal Variety Show. Isaac is currently rehearsing Assisted Suicide the musical which will premiere at The Festival Hall.
“Our television and film success at Mad Fish Management goes from strength to strength - most notably we were the team that got Sam Coleman his role of Hodor in Game of Thrones which recently aired, and we also landed him a lead role in a feature film out later this year called Leatherface.
“Miranda had her feature film Notes on Blindness premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and has landed herself two more films this year. The younger clients have had fun recently filing adverts for Kinder, The Halifax, MTV and Tate Britain.
The lead characters from our last three musicals have all had great success and some are at top schools including Guildhall, Urdang and London College of Music.”