Jigsaw students enjoy remarkable success in the West End
- Published Date: February 7, 2018
Kids of the West End
2018 is already looking up for two budding young performers from Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools.
Theo Grant (Jigsaw Harrow) has been renewed for another six months in The Lion King and this makes him the longest standing Young Simba in London’s West End as he will have done three years and four months in November. He is still loving every moment.
Elsewhere in the West End, Lily-Mae (Jigsaw Stevenage) opened as Young Eponine in Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre and she is absolutely loving the experience as well. Katie from Jigsaw’s agency, Jigsaw Arts Management, is going to watch her on the 7th March and cannot wait.
All of us at Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools are exceptionally proud of Theo and Lily-Mae and we are excited about what the rest of this year has in store for them both. To find out more about Jigsaw Arts Management, visit our agency page.
Jigsaw Performing Arts is dedicated to developing performance skills, promoting self-expression and building confidence. We offer performing arts classes for children aged between 3 – 18. Find your nearest school by entering your postcode into the search on our home page.