South Tyneside performing artist stars in hit American Idiot musical on North East stage

A performer who learnt her art on South Tyneside's stage says she's adoring each moment of being home with a hit musical.It's an exceptional keep running on the visit for the 24-year-old who sharpened her aptitudes at the Empire's mid year school, Stage Experience, and at the Customs House. She said: "It was those late spring schools that gave me a genuine taste of musical theater, they taught me a considerable measure about being a piece of a major creation on a major stage this way, so it's incredible to be back here."Alice plays Extraordinary Girl, close by X Factor's Amelia Lily as Whatsername and outline topper Newton Faulkner as Johnny. The show takes after Johnny and his companions as they attempt to adapt to life in post-9/11 America. 

Despite the fact that it's the on-screen character's first UK visit, she's no more interesting to the national spotlight after her past part as Sophie in Abba musical Mamma Mia!American Idiot is a long ways from the inspiring music of Abba, notwithstanding, and depends on punk rockers Green Day's collection discharged amid the George Bush period as a response to the post 9/11 insanity.
American Idiot keeps running at the Empire until May 28. Tickets cost from £12.90. To book, go to www.atgtickets.com/sunderland or call the movies on 0844 871 3022.

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