Gifted students from an Evesham performing arts school took to the stage in London to perform a variety of songs from shows.

Stagecoach Performing Arts Evesham graced the stage of the iconic Her Majesty’s Theatre on the April 23.

As part of the show, the students performed a variety of renditions of world-famous songs and films, which included medleys from Guys and Dolls.

On the night, guests of families and friends alike were able to enjoy a several performances by students from London and across the UK.

Stagecoach said that these showcases "build on the students’ creativity, courage and skills that will stay with them for the rest of their lives".

Stagecoach Evesham principal Charmaine Brumby, said: “We all had such a fantastic day at Her Majesty’s theatre. For the students to be able to experience performing on a West End stage which is home of Phantom of the Opera is such a fantastic opportunity.

"Not only that but they get to experience what it feels like to be backstage in a professional theatre. We were so proud of every single one of our students who performed with complete conviction and confidence.”

One of the Evesham student’s parents added: “A brilliant performance by each and every member of Evesham.

"Such a wonderful experience for the children and a great evening for us parents - your team give the children wonderful opportunities and great memories to treasure.”

For more information about Stagecoach Performing Arts Evesham, visit: or call 01386 896105.