Little Voices Student Lands First Big Role

Max Moorehouse, nine, set to appear onstage in The Railway Children


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Fulham's Max Moorehouse, a student at Little Voices, has landed his first big role as part of four teams of youngsters who will alternate in the show ‘The Railway Children’, playing several parts in the children’s ensemble and performing with comedian and actor Sean Hughes as Mr Perks and actress Caroline Harker as Mother.

Max, who is nine, is seen here co-starring with big sister Fran, 12. He began training with the performing arts organisation in Fulham at the age of five in 2010. And, says Little Voices’ Principal Ashlea, it is no surprise he has secured this amazing role.

" Max has a huge talent and we are so proud of him. At Little Voices we pride ourselves in providing outstanding tuition, expert guidance, support and traditional methods of teaching drama and singing, and Max’s natural talent flourished here. So much so that there is now no stopping him!"

The Railway Children opened at the King’s Cross Theatre to the public in January this year. The production is in support of the Railway Children Charity that aims to help homeless and runaway children throughout the world, with £1 per ticket donated to the charity.



June 19, 2015