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Actress inspires students

March 4, 2013

Liverpool actress Pauline Daniels recently visited West Cheshire College to talk to acting students and help them prepare for their forthcoming production of the gritty play ‘Unprotected’.

 Actress Pauline Daniels (centre) with performing arts staff and students at West Cheshire College

Pauline, who starred in the play at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, gave valuable advice on how to get ready for their roles and provided an insight into the creative process behind the development of the play and its characters.

Students have also met with two of the writers, Esther Wilson and Tony Green, who explained the research and writing aspects of the play.

Leianna Owens, a mature student from the Wirral, said: “It was brilliant that Pauline Daniels was able to give up her time and come and share her knowledge and skills with us. We gained so much from our meeting.”

Paul Moss, Programme Leader in Performing Arts at West Cheshire College, said: “It was a great experience for our students to meet Pauline. She has a fantastic background in acting and was able to pass on a lot of advice to our students.

“It is important for our students to fully understand the background of the play and the characters as it will really benefit their performance. The visit really inspired them and they can’t wait for the performance.”

The performance of ‘Unprotected’ will take place on Thursday 28th March at 7.30pm at the John Prescott Theatre at the College’s Ellesmere Port Campus, Sutton Way.

For more information on theatre productions and performing arts courses at West Cheshire College call the College hotline on 01244 656 555 or visit

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