Shrewsbury College Students bring ‘A Night at the Musicals’ to Theatre Severn

Shrewsbury College Students bring  ‘A Night at the Musicals’ to Theatre Severn

Night at the Musicals L-R Emma Chadwick 19, Thea Hughes 18, Chloe Lee 18, George Hargrave 19

Students from Shrewsbury College are preparing to hit the stage for this month’s production of, ‘A Night at the Musicals’ at Theatre Severn.

With a cast of over 100 and production numbers from some of the most popular and much loved musicals, this show promises to be a night to remember. The performance follows on from the success of the last #HQPA sell-out production, ‘Made in Dagenham’, which received great reviews.

Eluned Watson from County Woman said: ‘Made in Dagenham, was as professional a production as I’ve seen in a long time’.

The Shrewsbury College in-house production company will be showcasing numbers from Billy Elliot, The Producers, In the Heights, Mama Mia, Les Mis’ and many more. The diverse range of musical numbers has been cleverly intertwined with a comedic narration which aims to segue the number with a lot of laughs.

Speaking of his excitement, actor Thomas Gordan said: “This show is not to missed! It has everybody’s favorite show tunes in it and even some more unknown material, that you will definitely find hair-raising!

“I’ve loved the rehearsal process for this production, we have all worked together to make the show a huge success. I can’t wait to sing solo in the main space at Theatre Severn, it will be nerve-racking – but will be loads of fun”.

The show will take place for one night only in Theatre Severn’s main auditorium, on Wednesday the 23rd of June at 7.30pm. Tickets cost between £12 and £14. To book, call 01743 281281 or visit


For more information on Performing Arts courses at Shrewsbury College, please call 01743 342411 or visit Alternatively you can come to the next Advice Event, on Monday July 4, 5pm – 7pm.

About Association of Colleges West Midlands

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