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BITESIZE Casting Agency
Annie UK Tour - Manchester Palace Theatre

" An inspired move is casting young members of the Bitesize Theatre Company as the orphans.
They are of an age where some are so young you really worry if they’re not up past their bedtime.
But they catch the air of innocence and cheekiness needed to generate a familiar
feeling of warmth and irritation amongst the audience."

- Dave Cunningham 2011

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Annie UK Tour - Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury

"The title role of Annie was played by Victoria Sian Lewis
and I was amazed at the confidence and maturity shown by this young girl.  
She has a belting singing voice and seemed very at home performing
in front of 1200 people!  I’m sure this will be the career path she will chose.."

- Yvonne Delahaye 2011
Annie Get Your Gun - Manchester Palace

" And to add the cute factor and a taste of North Wales, George Parry –
who attends Wrexham’s Bitesize Youth Theatre -
is Little Jake, Annie’s young brother. "

- Malcolm Handley 2014
Annie UK Tour - Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

"The title role was played exceptionally well by Lauren Arnison.
She managed to capture the character perfectly and showed real
promise with both her dialogue and singing."

- Liza Kyle 2011
Gypsy- Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

" There's a great chemistry between her and her loyal daughter Louise,
played to perfection by Megan-Hollie Robertson.
Megan-Hollie has a fabulous voice and is a very gifted actress, conveying her character's
transformation from frightened rabbit to demanding diva quite brilliantly. "

- Rick Bowen 2014
Sweeney Todd - The Hammond Theatre

" But it is Megan-Hollie Robertson as Mrs Lovett who stole the show for me.
The youngster had the maturity of a woman twice her age and
portrayed the scheming but lovable pie maker cum butcher with insightful character. "

- Jo Henwood 2015
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
- Crewe Lyceum

" Special credit is also due to the Joseph Choir,
children from the Bitesize Youth Theatre in Wrexham,
who have been months in preparation and put in a faultless
performance that further enhanced the evening for all. "

- Dave Jennings 2015
Love Story - Forum Theatre

" Personally, though, the standout turn was given by Bill Robertson
in the role of Jenny’s father, Phil. His Piano Song in particular was dynamic and gutsy,
breathing energetic life into a humorous and very likable character. "

- authorkcfinn  2015