Children thrill audiences with trio of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat performances
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After weeks of rehearsing, choreography, singing practice and costume fittings, 60 Key Stage 2 children put on a trio of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat performances.
The children, from Anthony Curton Primary (Walpole St Peter) and Tilney All Saints Primary, packed the house on every performance, said Jane Murray, of the school.
“With 300 family members enjoying the Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd-Webber adaptation of the old biblical story of sibling jealousy, the cast and crew received a standing ovation at the end of each performance.
“The whole idea, and eventual production, was the mastermind of staff member Mrs Tracey Taylor, whose ambition, determination and seemingly never-ending energy and enthusiasm, ensured the performances were of the highest standard.”
‘Joseph’ was played by Holly Barber (Tilney All Saints) and Lola Hart (Anthony Curton) who shared the role and sang with confidence.
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Anne Senior, executive headteacher, said: “Once again, the children across both schools really pulled out all the stops.
“They were amazing and we are very, very proud of them all.”
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