Published Friday, 17 August 2012
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Young people from the Shankill, Ardoyne and New Lodge staged musical 'Our House' on Thursday, under the artistic guidance of a team of theatre professionals from London's West End.
The cross-community event was organised by Belfast's Music Theatre 4 Youth and was set up in just four days.
The company's Ann Delaney said: "It's a very unique experience and gives these young people a chance to work with the professionals.
"Within that short space of time they do achieve so much but we expect a lot from them as well. "
Katrina Newell from New Lodge Arts, said she hopes the event will raise the young team's aspirations.
"We brought young people together from across north Belfast and further afield and hope for those friendships to continue.
"Hopefully this gives them their first taste of a career in theatre," she added.
Choreographers and music directors from London made their way over to the city in preparation for the show, and
Katrina said some of the young people "flourished and blossomed" on stage.
"Young people gain the opportunity to develop confidence, their artistic skills, their creativity and it gives them something to work towards," she added.
New Lodge Arts is set to continue to work with dance and theatre groups so that young people from north and west Belfast have more opportunities to come together.