Youngsters get creepy and kooky for The Addams Family in Cannock

Cannock | Theatre & Comedy | Published:

They’re creepy and they’re kooky . . . and now the Addams Family are on their way to the Midlands.

Cast members hard at work in rehearsals ready for the production of The Addams Family, being staged at the Prince of Wales Theatre

M3 Studios is bringing the show to the Prince of Wales Theatre in Cannock during half term.

The show features a cast made up of youngsters from M3 Studios’ groups across the West Midlands and Staffordshire.

A spokesman described the show as a ‘frightfully fun, hilarious musical comedy that will raise your spirits, steal your heart and leave you in stitches’.

The show runs on Thursday, February 21, at 7pm; Friday and Saturday at 2.30pm and 7pm and Sunday at 2.30pm.

All tickets cost £15.50 and care available from the Prince of Wales box office on 07715 583721.

All the cast come from the hundreds of youngsters who are members of M3 Studios, a leading theatre school which teaches children aged from three to 18 how to act, sing and dance.

Organisers carry out auditions across the school for the final casts, totalling 120 students aged from six to 21. M3 Studios has over 500 students attending classes across Cannock, Rugeley, Telford, Wolverhampton and Rugeley.

There are four principals (partners in business) who run the classes; husband and wife Dominic Clarson and Mia-Jay Clarson; Milla Clarson and Marni Clarson. Mia, Milla and Marni are all sisters.

All have a wealth of experience in the musical theatre industry, having trained at top London schools and worked professionally within the industry. For more information and details of classes, visit or call 07715 583721.


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