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Performance

Romeo and Juliet Perfomance, Tuesday 14th June at 17:30, Small Gym
 

Dear Parents,

As you may know year 9 have been studying Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in English and drama this term and want to share their interpretation with you.

They would like to invite you to an abridged version of the timeless Romantic tragedy on Tuesday 14th June at 17.30.  On this day we will also be joined by students from Cambridge International School who have also been studying the play and want to celebrate their study with us.
 
We hope you can join us on this evening to celebrate the hard work of our students.  Don't worry if you don't understand the language of Shakespeare as the language of theatre and the language of love speaks more loudly.  There is no need to get tickets as they will be available on the door.
 
Jo Wilcox
English and Drama Teacher
 

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