Performing Arts students at Stoke on Trent College will be taking on all sorts of Animal antics next week when they entertain school children ahead of the half term break.

The Animal Allsorts Show in the College’s Live Nation Performance venue, at Burslem, will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday next week (14th/15th).

With matinees for school children at 12 noon on both days and an evening performance for families on the Tuesday evening, the show aims to educate, entertain and inform youngsters about everything to do with animals.

The show, full of drama, dance and musical theatre is filled with fun and exciting comedy pieces, using spectacular lighting, make-up, costumes, sound and pyrotechnic effects to capture the audience’s imagination.

The performance, complete with audience interaction of songs and actions cover’s stories such as “How the camel got its hump” – inspired by Kipling, as well as how the flamingo became pink, how starfish came to be and how the snail got its shell – as well as taking the audience on a whale watch.

Tickets for the matinees are priced at £1 for schoolchildren while the evening performance on Tuesday 14th February is £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.

Tickets are available from Gemma Johnson at Stoke on Trent College on 01782 603138.

The Live Nation Performance Venue is situated at the College’s Burslem Campus on Moorland Road, Burslem, Stoke on Trent ST6 1JJ.