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Last night afterschool, the cast of our March production Schools Will Rock You were invited to attend a belated aftershow afterparty. Here the students involved watched back clips from the amazing musical, singing to the songs and laughing along with fond memories.
Directors and staff involved with the show nominated members of the cast to recieve awards (and chocolate!) for their special hard work and efforts with the production. The awards included They Will They Will Rock You, which went to Oscar Stone (7L) for his energetic performance, and No I in Team which went to Poppy Armstrong (9J) for her kind and helpful nature on and off stage. Additionally, best Ga Ga Kid and Best Bohemian went to Ella Baker (7J) and Morgan Anderson (7T) respectively for their compelling performances as supporting members of the cast. Emma Payne (9J) recieved the award for Best Dressed for her excellent outfit and Best Dance Performance went to Amy Lang (9J) for her brilliant help with the choreography.
In addition, Abigail Thomas (7L) recieved the award for Best Show Face, for her brilliant facial expressions and always remaining in character, and Lauren Pritchard (10T) was awarded with Best Newcomer for stepping out of comfort zones and really going for it! Awards were also given for Future West End which went to Luke Chetland (8K) and Destined for Broadway which went to Caragh McKenna (10S) for showcasing the skills and talents of a proffesional west end performer! The Freddie Mercury Award was the final award of the evening. This went to Liberty Upfield for her impressive acting and singing abilities which resulted in a powerful portrayl of the big bad: Killer Queen.
Once again we'd like to say a massive WELL DONE to all of the students involved with the production. Both on and off stage, the levels of commitment and enthusiasm lead to a show that really ROCKED!