Performers showcase talent at Corby Cube

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Young performers will get the chance to showcase their skills at the Corby Youth Arts Slam at the Core at Corby Cube.

The live performances include street dance routines and musical theatre and drama.

The performers are all part of The Core’s regular Get Involved groups.

Moves, led by choreographer Leah Waterfield, will be performing in energetic street dance style, Musical Theatre will be giving a performance inspired by the international stage hit Stomp! and the Sparks group will be producing original drama under the guidance of Emma Boulton-Roe. Clicks have been working with Andy Ralston and Tony Coleman to design and edit media as part of the live performances.

The Slam will also be sharing the work of the Tribes and Wadzanai groups who have been working with The Core on a project aimed at finding ways for youngsters from under-represented groups to get involved with the local arts scene.

Corby Youth Arts Slam takes place at The Core on Friday, March 28, at 7.30pm. Tickets priced at £5 are available by calling 01536 470 470 or through the website