PQA Cambridge’s Got Talent showcases amazing students
In February 2018, students from PQA Cambridge wowed audience members with their fantastic talents at the Academy’s first ever talent show!
The showcase featured musical performances, monologues, singing and dancing from a range of students at PQA.
Millie Honour won the event taking home the trophy for her own composition which she sang and accompanied herself on the piano.
Other notable performances included 10 year old Arran’s stunning choreography to ZAYN’s ‘Dusk ’til Dawn’, and Scarlett’s solo ‘On My Own’ from Les Misérables.
The compere event was PQA Cambridge’s Head Boy Elliott Noble, who also entertained the audience with his own version of Mambo No. 5 (featuring a kazoo solo)!
PQA’s Got Talent was organised by Principal Mikey Kowalczyk and Musical Theatre teacher Savanna Madden, as a fundraiser for Savanna’s London Marathon run this year, where she will be running for the cancer charity ‘Yes to Life’.
In total the event raised £367.35 for the charity through the fantastic and supportive audience who came along, and the students had a fantastic opportunity to share their talents with Cambridge!
It was wonderful to see the students supporting each other and having so much fun together. We hope to run more charity events in the years to come!