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You may recall the piece about "Budding New West End Star?" — Milly-Jane Perkin .

Well here is an update on this lovely 14 year old pupil of Brine Leas. She is now coming to a peak of rehearsals for High Society with curtain up on the 20th at The Lyceum — which opens to see Milly alone on stage for the very first act.

Then the show gets off with all the wonderful songs of that great musical.

If this were not enough, Milly-Jane has landed the star part of Annie in the musical of that name for the annual Brine Leas School show — opening on the 22nd. Rehearsals for this too are demanding much of Milly. PLUS she has been happily succesful in auditioning for the 5As Pantomime.

 

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