Testimonials

Just some of the nice things people have said about us over the years…

Jo your Girls did amazing job this week . #notsurprised. Alex has honestly loved every day. No issues when picking him up and always has a happy face. I know footlights is act , sing , dance. But it’s so much more than that . Confidence, listening, following instructions, helping each other supporting each other , making friends and this is what Alex gets out of Footlights .Thanks x

Hughie Mulhall

Proud Dad

INVISIBLE – Child Sexual Exploitation Performance October 2017
It was an incredible performance, when I saw it, it needs to be seen widely! What a powerful message.

Sarah Miguel

Operations Manager , Grant Making BBC Children in Need

Gabriella Bach reviewed Footlights –
5 star review
11 October ·

I was honoured to watch a production of ‘Invisible’ today [11.10.2017] at a professional conference. It was one of the most moving pieces of drama I have ever watched. I cannot praise the actors/directors/production enough. Bravo to you all. The production will live with me forever. Thank you so much.

Gabriella Bach

Safeguarding Lead and teacher Hull

My little girl Katie absolutely loves Saturdays at footlights in Ashton. She has grown in confidence and self belief, you guys do an amazing job, thank you! xx

Kharina Khader

Proud Mum

Poppy has been going to Footlights Urmston for 10 months and loves it. The teachers are just wonderful and the school has a really family feel to it. Poppy’s confidence in herself has really grown and it has been so beneficial to her mixing with and being friends with all ages. The school has classes on singing, acting and dancing and Poppy really enjoys learning and getting better. A joy to see, and the end of year show was just brilliant. Roll on next year! Thank you Jo and team you’re all fab. Highly recommend!!

Katy Parker

Proud Mum October 2017

Fantastic evening watching Invisible at the community performance last night. One of our young people after watching the play disclosed about a takeaway that is giving away free food to young people and one of her friends who is 11 years old meeting up with a 16-year-old boy. Fantastic discussions in the car home. Footlights please keep up the great awareness work in Trafford.

Joanne Johnson

CSE Co ordinator Trafford

Fantastic evening watching Invisible at the community performance last night. One of our young people after watching the play disclosed about a takeaway that is giving away free food to young people and one of her friends who is 11 years old meeting up with a 16-year-old boy. Fantastic discussions in the car home. Footlights please keep up the great awareness work in Trafford.
– Joanne Johnson, Trafford Child Sexual Exploitation Co-ordinator

Joanne Johnson

CSE Co ordinator Trafford