robustly defends its environmental record, pointing out, for example, that the Netherlands allows unlicensed dredging beyond the 25-kilometre limit, which isn't permitted in UK waters.
"It was great to meet Arthur," said BMAPA student Vincent Botting.
For further information about BMAPA and Birmingham Metropolitan College, call 0845 155 0101 or visit www.bmetc.ac.uk
Popular visitor: BMAPA students chatting to Arthur Darvill, centre with glasses, during their seminar.
As part of its search for young performers to star in this exciting production, the BMAPA youth theatre group is holding a free workshop this Saturday between 10am and 12pm at Birmingham Metropolitan College's Sutton Coldfield Campus.
The BMAPA youth theatre group will meet every Saturday morning in term-time to explore the different disciplines of drama and singing.
Reaching: Step into the limelight with the BMAPA youth theatre group.
"BMAPA was created to help aspiring 14-19 yearolds make the successful transition from amateur to professional performer through a combination of core skills, stylized techniques and an entrepreneurial understanding of the world of performance art," said Paul Garnault, head of BMAPA.
"With industry professionals teaching the courses, our strong links to many leading theatres and performing arts bodies, as well as excellent success rates on our qualifications, BMAPA is well on its way to becoming a leading force in the teaching and training of talented performers across the region."
To find out about the BMAPA courses available to study at the Sutton Coldfield Campus, call 0845 155 0101 or visit www.bmetc.ac.uk
The BMAPA will be officially launched shortly along with a new qualification in musical theatre.
Star-struck: Head of BMAPA Paul Garnault and students Leah Hennessy and Ophelia Madourie meet Treyc Cohen.