MORE than 150 talented musical theatre students are set to take to the stage in Bournemouth this week.

The youngsters, who all take lessons at the town's BIGLITTLE Theatre School, will perform in the 22nd Broadway Showtunes at the Pavilion Theatre, showcasing a range of song and dance numbers.

The evening is set to transport audiences into the magical world of Broadway's most beloved showstoppers, from timeless classics to the latest hits, paying tribute to the rich history of musical theatre.

For the fifth year running, the production is sponsored by Bournemouth's United Taxis.

Colin Billing, BIGLITTLE Theatre School's principal, said: "We are thrilled to be supported by United Taxis for Broadway Showtunes For over two decades, this event has been a highlight of our theatrical calendar, and we are proud to continue the tradition in collaboration with United Taxis.

"Our talented young performers have worked tirelessly to bring this production to life, and we are excited to share their passion and dedication with the audience."

Andy Prescott, spokesperson for United Taxis, added: "As a longstanding supporter of the arts, United Taxis is delighted to sponsor Broadway Showtunes. We recognise the importance of nurturing young talent and providing them with opportunities to shine.

"This event perfectly embodies our commitment to promoting creativity, supporting local initiatives, and bringing the joy of live performances to the community. We invite everyone to join us for a magical evening of music, dance, and celebration."

Broadway Showtunes is on at The Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth, from Thursday, July 13 through to Saturday, July 15. Tickets are available for purchase direct from the BH Live website,