Youngsters will get in on the act with their own'Les Mis' production
A NEW Hollywood blockbuster movie has inspired a local drama group to get in on the act.
The film Les Miserables goes out on national realise in cinemas this week.
And its release is causing youngsters from Centre Stage Theatre Arts group to look ahead to their own version of the classic musical which they are set to perform later this year.
The group, based at Homefields Primary School, in Derby, will be performing their "schools version" in July at Landau Forte college.
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And the cast of over 70 members, aged between 12 to 19, will all be hoping to get some tips when they go together to see the movie screened at Derby's Quad.
One of the group's former students, Andy Coxon, makes an appearance in the big screen version, starring Hugh Jackman.
He is also currently appearing in the West End version of the famous musical.
The Centre Stage Theatre group's show will run from July 22 to 25, starting at 7.15pm, with tickets costing £10. For more information call 0800 048 8659 or visit www.csproductions.org.uk.