Tue 19th March 'Prom Praise for Schools' is taking place on Tues 19th March at The Royal Albert Hall: 3,000 pupils from 67 schools will join an orchestra, singers, actors, a Red Sea, a Burning Bush, and a narrator — Paul Kerensa. It's based on the Exodus story and features music from Holst, Greig and Stormzy.
We need help! EITHER helpers to marshall the children or to help with scenery, props, backstage bits and pieces. In return to get to see the show for free.
More details are on the form here.
If you know someone who might be free on a term-time Tuesday and up for being part of a BIG event at an iconic venue like this. More info about the event here
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