HAVE you ever fancied performing in the world- famous West End musical Joseph only to dismiss it as a pipe dream?
Well this weekend you have a chance when the Royal International Pavilion in Llangollen opens up the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical to the public.
Clare Williams, the pavilion's community arts officer and a respected director who has run musicals on the West End's biggest stages, is giving amateurs the chance to be in Joseph.
Walk through the doors of the Royal International Pavilion on Saturday and you could find yourself being fitted for a costume and heading out on stage. The show will be performed from scratch with whoever walks through the doors on Saturday. It will then be performed for the public on the evening of Sunday, March 20.
Clare, who has directed large musical shows in the Royal Albert Hall, London for up to 2,000 children - and with less than a day-and-a-half's rehearsal time - said: 'The challenge gives those taking part such a rush of energy that it is extraordinary what can be achieved in no time at all. The project is perfect for those who have always wanted to perform, but do not have the time to devote to weeks of rehearsal.
'It is a show ideally suited to whole families, adults or children of all ages who want to have a fun weekend with a difference.
'We can guarantee two days of laughter, the loss of a few pounds and the satisfaction of an end result we can be proud of.'
If you want to take up the challenge contact Clare on 01978 860111.