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Beauty & The Beast: A show not to be forgotten

Date Posted: Friday 13 March 2020

Congratulations to the cast of this year’s highly anticipated musical production of Beauty and The Beast, who performed to over 900 guests on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights last week!

The cast, which was made of of over 50 students and 10 band members, performed the classic love story to two sold out crowds of local MPs, governors, parents, fellow students and the general public. They also performed their matinee and opening performance to a crowd of 300 primary school children, who attended the show from local primary schools in the area.

" 'In all my years associated with the School, I have never seen or enjoyed a more professional performance!' - Governor

'The show was outstanding. All the characters were so well cast and performed so well. I smiled the whole way through.' - Parent

'Excellent, excellent, excellent!' - Parent"

Gracious Belle and the legendary Beast were played by Izzie and Tybalt respectively, and the role of inquisitive and creative Maurice was portrayed by Petar. The roles of Gaston and his partner in crime, Lefou, were played by Adrian and Ryan, while evil, antagonistic D’Arque was played by Fig. Not to mention the band of enchanted, talking furniture, which included Lumiere, Mrs Potts, Chip, Cogsworth, Babette and Madame de la Grande Bouche. These roles came alive with the acting of Alfie, Kitty, Josh, Abi, Sabrina and Annabel.