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Friday 21 March 2014

The 20th Musical produced and performed by the Performing Arts Department at Brynmawr Foundation School took place from 11th – 14th March, approximately one hundred students participated in the school production either as a performer, backstage or front of house helper.

Once again students performed to sell out audiences, each performance ending with a standing ovation!

The production was of an extremely high standard with the hiring of professional set design, costumes and musicians to enhance the production. Excellent routines were shown in Food Glorious Food and the well-known song Oom Pah Pah.

The production showed excellent teamwork and maturity by the students and superb performances were given by all students involved.

Several members of the extremely dedicated and loyal cast are from Year 11 and these pupils will leave us this year: Toby Thompson, Alex Jacob Lewis, Samuel James, Liam Woolf, Ewan Prosser, Jack Cullinane, Ryan Davies, Jordan Dann, Tegan Carey White, Talia Jones, Abbie Maggs, Chloe Bates, Hannah Hodges, Rachel Wheatman, Chloe Thomas, Rebecca Robins, Demi Jay Leonard and Ashleigh Regan. This is always a sad time but we would like to thank each and every student for their dedication and hard work over the years.

Ms. N. Jones Head of Creative Arts stated “This was an extremely challenging production for the school and very different to our previous performances. The Drama and Music department strive to achieve quality and professional performance and this is achieved through the dedication and hard work of all the pupils involved".

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