We’re very pleased to announce our first young performer…
Riya Vyas is 12 and has always been a passionate performer. She especially enjoys singing and acting and has been lucky enough to sing on stage at Wembley Arena as well as making her professional west end debut in the award wining production of Ragtime at the Charing Cross Theatre. Riya studies both the ABRSM and Musical Theatre syllabus as well as attending theatre classes on the weekend. She is so excited to be performing at the Surrey Showcase!
Widening the range of performing arts, our first circus act…
We’re excited to welcome Sarah to the list of talented performers, having first experienced her awe-inspiring aerial hoop performance at a Nomads Club Night in December 2017. Sarah is multi-talented, having appeared in The Nomads previous productions of Shakespeare and pantomime among others – we’ve seen her act, sing and dance, now we’ll see her acrobatic skill suspended in the air… not to be missed!!
Here’s our first Surrey Showcase dancer…
Having recently graduated from Reading Studio studying UAL in Performing Arts, Tilly Winford has appeared in several Nomes Youth Theatre and Nomads shows.
Tilly lives in Shere, and has had Cerebral Palsy (CP) since birth… but she’s not letting that hold her back!
“I would like to become a professional actress and show the world that disability is no longer a justifiable barrier to inclusive casting in theatre and television. I have a huge passion for performing and feel that there’s not many actors out there with disabilities and I would like to be part of changing this fact. I am determined to show the world that a disability doesn’t change a person inside, and that that person is just as capable of thinking/doing the same things as anyone else. I want to inspire and encourage others with disabilities to get out there and live their lives!”