Little Voices Takes Centre Stage in Wandsworth

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As if proof were needed of the explosion in popularity of performing arts’ skills among the UK’s children – the on-going success of Britain’s Got Talent, X Factor and The Voice being the ultimate examples – the well-known UK wide Little Voices performing arts school is opening up in Wandsworth bringing its professional singing and acting lessons to local students. Little Voices Wandsworth, running from Swaffield Primary School will be opening its doors with a special launch event, staging two afternoons of free workshop taster sessions on Thursday 5th and 12th November.

Principal of neighbouring Little Voices Putney, Fulham and Richmond Ashlea Pearson’ who is a professional singer and songwriter with a wealth of performing experience and lives just around the corner in Putney says this will be a major boost to the level of acting and singing skills training in Wandsworth and the surrounding areas.

Managing Director, Jane Maudsley commented: “Ashlea is an absolute asset to our team of Little Voices principals, she is motivated, passionate and an extremely talented principal and vocal tutor. It is wonderful to welcome Ashlea to Little Voices Fulham, Ashlea strives to provide lessons that engage her pupils and challenge them at every level and is bound for super success. I am sure even more children and their parents in Wandsworth will soon be benefiting from our unique methods of teaching and I look forward to hearing about their next examination results through The London Academy Of Music & Dramatic Art’.” she said.

Ashlea Pearson commented: “We are delighted to be opening a centre in the Wandsworth and Southside area. We already have a strong presence in the surrounding areas and I am confident that our small class sizes, outstanding tuition, expert guidance, support and traditional methods of teaching drama and singing, will both encourage our local children to pursue a life on the stage, and increase their confidence in all areas of their life,” she said.

“At Little Voices children are taught within a unique framework of Drama and Singing lessons of Distinction, in groups of no more than six pupils working towards highly respected and accredited Musical Theatre, Drama, Acting and Communication Examinations through L.A.M.D.A. Little Voices hold a 100% pass rate, 98% at Merit & Distinction. They pride themselves on expert guidance, small class sizes building children’s confidence and promoting social development in all areas of life.”

For more information about Little Voices in Wandsworth or to apply for a free trial lesson on the 5th/12th November, please contact Ashlea on 0208 088 0113/ SWL@littlevoices.org.uk.