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Make Believe Worldwide Ltd are proud to announce the success of 8 children who successfully auditioned and appeared in last night’s Celebrity Big Brother (15 Jan 2018) featuring Ann Widdecombe and Wayne Sleep. The children are all members of the MB Talent agency and were used as part of a task for the Celebrities which saw Ashely James win immunity from the next eviction. The children who’s ages range from 4-6 include Bella Page, Annie Wiggins and Jake Tucker who attend Make Believe Harlow; Anjelica Scott who attends  Make

Make Believe Worldwide Ltd are proud to announce the success of student Savannah Ward who featured in the Aldi Christmas advert on TV. Savannah (age 8) lives in Wallington where she attends Highview Primary School and attends the Make Believe Sutton branch where she does classes in singing, acting & dancing every Friday. Savannah joined the agency almost straight away after joining Make Believe after showing off her confidence in all aspects of performing arts. Savannah’s mum Hayley said: “We were so excited when we found out she had got

After the success of last years show Identity and following the growth of the company with their shows each year, Make Believe Worldwide Ltd are set to bring this years show Radio City. The show will take place at The Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton on Saturday 7 July and the Iconic Stratford Theatre London from Friday 20 July – Wednesday 25 and will allow children from all 50 branches of Make Believe to perform on a London Stage at the home of the London 2012 Olympics. Success of previous

Make Believe are on the hunt across the UK to find more mums who want to earn an income with their own flexible hours and can still look after their children! Make Believe has created a franchise model that enables mumpreneurs to run a business, earn a significant income whilst still being able to do the most important job in the world of being a mum without having to pay extortionate childcare fees. Through their growing network of theatre schools both in the UK and oversees, their aim

Make Believe Worldwide Ltd celebrated 13 years of success with their annual Gala dinner at Elstree Studios (Home of Strictly Come Dancing) on Sunday 3 December. All profits from the ticket sales went towards MS Society, Parkinson’s and The Make Believe Foundation. The total amount raised was £1000. The Gala Dinner included the cast of Hair, currently at The Vaults Theatre in London, Nicole Dennis (Effie in Dreamgirls and ex Make Believe student) and 60 selected young performers from across the Make Believe schools. Founded by Joel Kern in 2004

Make Believe Worldwide Ltd have seen an increase of children securing professional jobs and attending auditions in the industry, since Senior Talent Agent Eilidh McCole joined over a year and a half ago. Eilidh moved to London 3 years ago from her hometown of East Kilbride Scotland, to fulfill her dream of being a professional performer. At only 20 years old and just enough money for 1 months’ rent, she had signed with a London agent after graduating from Motherwell College (Now New College Lanarkshire) and was ready

Make Believe Worldwide Ltd are proud to announce the success of student Eva Wang who features in the new Samsung Christmas advert which features on TV and in Cinemas all over the world. Eva (age 9) has attended the Make Believe Bexleyheath branch for 3 years. The Bexleyheath branch is led by Principal Joseph Greenslade. Eva joined the agency almost straight away after joining Make Believe after showing off her confidence in all aspects of performing arts. Eva’s mum Xiaojing said: “We were so excited when we found out she

In a company the size of Make Believe (3000+ students and 150 teachers) it is very hard to single out individuals from the youngsters and their instructors. But sometimes a person knocks on our door and you know as soon as he or she walks into the room that they are something special. Enter Vanessa Bergman who runs Make Believe schools in Edgware, Southgate and Enfield. The truth is that I know Vanessa would be a star franchisee when I appointed her to run one of my

When I started Make Believe from my mother’s front room I would have been happy to work with 20 youngsters in one venue. Twelve years, 50 branches and well over three thousand children later I found myself jumping out of a plane and landing on Sydney Harbour Bridge to launch Make Believe Australia. And what a great feeling that was, the first, tentative step of a worldwide journey to give young people on every continent the opportunity to realise their dreams and aspiring performers to run their

My journey began when I met Joel at an acting convention in London called “Surviving Actors”. I went there just out of curiosity as I had seen it advertised on twitter. When I met Joel, he explained to me what Make Believe was all about and I knew there and then that this was a path I should really consider. I am a working actress auditioning all year round but we all know how difficult it is to find work when we are not acting, right? Have you ever