Rising star Samuel Morris shines at Llanelli Rotary night

Llanelli singer Samuel Morris was the guest soloist at Llanelli Rotary Club's 'President's Night' at the Stradey Park Hotel, Llanelli.
Accompanied by Andrew Pike, he gave memorable performances of 'Stars' from the musical Les Miserables and 'Anthem' from Chess.
Samuel is having a very busy autumn with solo spots at Radio Carmarthenshire and Scarlet FM Local Hero Awards, the Royal British Legion Gala Concert at the Lyric in Carmarthen and in the Night of the Stars at Ffwrnes Theatre, singing alongside Shan Cothi and Mark Llewelyn Evans.
All this, when he only started singing this year.
Samuel is pictured above - (left to right) Andrew Pike, Llanelli Rotary Club President Ken Abban and Samuel Morris.
Samuel is part of an ambitious plan to develop young talent in South West Wales.
Cerith Owens, the director of Loud Applause Productions has set up a ‘Rising Stars’ platform as part of his concert and theatre company.
Samuel is a 17-year-old student at Ysgol Gyfun y Strade, Llanelli.
His dream is to become a West End star.
This year, Samuel has played the role of Marius in SA15 Stage School's production of Les Miserables and the lead male role of ‘Link Larkin’ in The Performance Factory's production of the Broadway musical Hairspray.
Samuel has a repertoire which includes a large range of popular musical theatre songs along with beautiful ballads performed in Welsh and English.
Mr Owens said: “Loud Applause Productions has included Samuel in future gala concerts to provide him with more stage experience and a platform for others to enjoy his remarkable voice. I believe we have discovered a future West End Star.”
Samuel’s performance requests have spiralled in recent months and he is now being managed by Llanelli-based Mr Owens.

Also part of the ‘Rising Stars’ team is the newly-formed musical theatre trio Three Voices, pictured above.
The three members are all from Carmarthenshire - Samuel Morris, Liam Reilly and Jole Harding.
Jole Harding has featured in local productions in the roles of Jean Valjean and Judge Turpin.
He has also played Mercutio in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Liam Reilly is currently studying at Gorseinon College. He has performed in local productions in the roles of Captain Von-Trapp, Daddy Warbucks and Javert.
Three Voices will be available for musical evenings from this autumn.
Mr Owens said that he would like to hear from other up-and-coming artistes interested in joining the ‘Rising Stars’ team.
You can contact Cerith Owens, Director, Loud Applause Productions, on 07854 303 918



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