Jack’s moments on the big stage

PUBLISHED: 14:00 18 June 2011

(click on image for larger view) 10-year-old Jack Wilfan who will be appearing in 'Evita' at the Bristol Hippodrome, and will also be one of the choir in Joseph at the Theatre Royal in Bath.

(click on image for larger view) 10-year-old Jack Wilfan who will be appearing in 'Evita' at the Bristol Hippodrome, and will also be one of the choir in Joseph at the Theatre Royal in Bath.

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A TALENTED 10-year-old from Worle is looking to make an impression on the big stage this summer.

St Marks Primary School pupil Jack Wilfan is currently part of the choir in Joseph at The Theatre Royal in Bath, and is looking forward to joining the cast of Evita, which starts at the Bristol Hippodrome on Monday.

Jack, from Coalbridge Close, who is a member of the Bristol School of Performing Arts and Jayne Elizabeth Stage School in Worle, has also passed an exam to become a chorister at Bristol Cathedral.

His mum, Wendy Wilfan, said: “He’s been very excited about appearing in these two programmes, he loves being a chorister as well.”


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