The Memorial Hall was transformed into the underbelly of Victorian London last night for our first performance of "Sweeney Todd". An enthusiastic cast threw themselves whole-heartedly into this tale of murder and mayhem, performing to an enthusiastic audience in the first of four sell-out shows.See more photographs here
Noah is an adaptation of the well-known biblical story about the eponymous character and his family as they embark on the famous ark. Originally commissioned for Chichester Festival Youth Theatre in 2012, it was a brave and uncompromising retelling of the traditional story of the flood with plenty of humour.
In Mrs Joughin's The Living Library, what starts as a fight to save the local library becomes a fight for the characters’ lives. Alice and the White Rabbit, The Wizard of Oz and Dorothy, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter and other characters from classic novels, joined the children on stage for this lively performance as they search for, ‘The Book with All the Answers.’ Music by Mr D McGarry was a tuneful addition to the skilful acting of our Year 7 and 8 pupils.
All of the photographs are available here, and also some of the backstage crew.
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