Wisbech Grammar School student the new voice of Elgood's Brewery DVD

PUBLISHED: 09:15 05 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:33 02 June 2010

Please find attached a photo to accompany the ‘voiceover’ story sent at the end of last week about Wisbech Grammar School student Joshua York winning an audition to do the voiceover for the new DVD at Elgood’s brewery.

 

In the picture are Joshua York, Mrs Belinda Sutton (managing director) and Mr Nigel Elgood (chairman of Elgood and Sons Ltd).

 

Peter King

Press officer, Wisbech Grammar School

Please find attached a photo to accompany the ‘voiceover’ story sent at the end of last week about Wisbech Grammar School student Joshua York winning an audition to do the voiceover for the new DVD at Elgood’s brewery. In the picture are Joshua York, Mrs Belinda Sutton (managing director) and Mr Nigel Elgood (chairman of Elgood and Sons Ltd). Peter King Press officer, Wisbech Grammar School

WISBECH Grammar School student Joshua York, 16, will become the voice of Elgood and Sons Brewery after he beat several hopefuls to the part. He will now record a 10-minute DVD which will be shown to visitors as they tour the famous brewery in Wisbech.

WISBECH Grammar School student Joshua York, 16, will become the voice of Elgood and Sons Brewery after he beat several hopefuls to the part.

He will now record a 10-minute DVD which will be shown to visitors as they tour the famous brewery in North Brink, Wisbech.

Joshua starred recently in the school's production of Amadeus. He played the role of Mozart.

Director Alison Clayton said of Joshua: "He has a very expressive voice which showed to advantage when he was playing Mozart in the most recent major school production.


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