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10 Jul, 2019
Essex Schools Showcase for the Arts is Back

The annual Essex Schools Showcase for the Arts is shining a light on the creative talents of young across Essex.

With sixteen schools signed up, students across the County will come together to showcase their art and performance skills in the City Centre, between the 10th-17th July 2019.

From a Visual Art installation based on the theme of ‘Colours’ in High Chelmer, as well as a display of small sculptures made by students hosted at the Civic Theatre; to a line-up of various music and drama performances at the Exchange – there something for everyone to enjoy.

Head on over to the Essex Schools Showcase for the Arts http://www.essexschoolsarts.org/ page for specific details and updates.

This is a fantastic event that gives young people a platform to showcase their hard work and get their art and creativity out there to a wider audience – helping to nurture fresh talent, and bringing a welcome boost of colour and liveliness to Chelmsford.

If you’re in and around the City Centre between the 10th-17th July, then do make sure you keep an eye out for the visual installation and sculptures and drop by to support the students performing!

This year the showcase is sponsored by: High Chelmer; James Hallam Insurance Brokers; Chelmsford City Theatres; BBC Essex; Gepp Solicitors; Chelmsford City Council

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