YOUNG talents from Trowbridge took to the stage at Disneyland Paris in July as 16 students from a performing arts school in the town danced and sang at the world-famous theme park.

A group of performers aged between eight and 18 from Stagecoach Trowbridge travelled to Disneyland for three days of performing. They danced in front of an audience of thousands in the pre-parade through the park, then sang with Mickey Mouse in front of the Cinderella Castle in a celebration of the park’s 25th anniversary.

The students also performed a short dance and song routine of their own on one of the main stages.

Stagecoach principal Freddie Underwood said: “Performing at Disneyland Paris was truly such an honour and an incredible achievement for our students; the memories from the trip will stay with them forever.

“This was the third time that Stagecoach Trowbridge have successfully auditioned for Disneyland Paris and it is testament to the talent and hard work of the students who have rehearsed since last year for the event.”

Stagecoach Trowbridge is a performing arts school for young people run on Saturdays at The Clarendon Academy, and offers classes in dance, drama and singing for students aged 2-19.