November 09, 2017 // Franchising.com // Make Believe Worldwide Ltd are celebrating 13 years of success with their annual Gala dinner taking place at Elstree Studios (Home of Strictly Come Dancing) on Sunday 3 December.
All profits from the ticket sales will be going towards MS Society, Parkinson’s and The Make Believe Foundation.
The Gala Dinner will include the cast of Hair, Nicole Dennis (Effie in Dreamgirls) and 60 selected young performers from across the Make Believe schools.
Founded by Joel Kern in 2004 Make Believe have 50 schools in and around London, Australia and most recently Manchester, teaching youngsters the basic skills in the performing arts. Kern, who started Make Believe aged 15 by teaching five students to sing, dance and act, has seen the company grow into one of the most exciting performing arts companies with around 3500 children enjoying the after-school classes on a weekly basis. And with a raft of talent coming out of the Make Believe Talent Agency (including youngsters landing roles in West end Musicals, TV shows and adverts) the future is looking very bright for the Ilford-based producer who won the Federation of Small Business Young Entrepreneur of the year for South East England award. The Make Believe head office is now based at The Stratford Circus Theatre, home to the 2012 Olympics.
Website link: makebelievegroup.co.uk
Social media: https://www.facebook.com/makebelieveuk, twitter.com/MakeBelieve_UK
SOURCE Make Believe