Years 5 and 6 recently performed William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.  From the shockingly sad shipwreck, to the happy ‘Hey Ho the Wind and the Rain,’ this play had drive, determination and of course, drama!
As the darkness started to lift, our ears were enveloped with the sweetest, most soothing melody coming from the flute.
As the story goes, a storm was erupting; the older pupils provided a strong and powerful start. Soloists – Darcie Harker-Weston, Faye Monk and Annie Canning – really gave us a taste of the journey up ahead.
The music was simply exquisite. With the prestigious pianist Mrs Corlett playing the keys and Lucy McBurney dramatically drumming; whilst Isabel White’s flute playing floated through the fixated crowd. The stunning singers sang their hearts out and the soloists really had the ‘wow factor’.
From fabulous funsters to ladies in waiting, the costumes were creative, colourful and classy. Sir Andrew Aguecheek’s attire was particularly flamboyant, as well as Count Orsino’s and Feste’s. 

However, it was Malvolio’s yellow cross-gartered stockings that stole the show!

Director Mrs Childe’s vision transformed us into a group of extremely talented young actors. By the time the curtains closed, there were tears, cheers and very proud parents!

To view a selection of photographs please click below.

Post date: 23rd July 2015