William Shakespeare once wrote: “If music be the food of love, play on.” That is a line that optimises the energy, passion and desire demonstrated by the wondrous wealth of acts at BSB’s Got Talent. A range of students, from year 2 to year 12, wowed crowds of parents, guests and staff members on a beautiful afternoon in Shunyi.
It was fantastic to see so many parents watching on with admiration, whilst the Talent Show took place. Jamie Hughes and David Cairns, the organisers, were delighted that so many shared in the spectacle and plans are already underway to ensure that next year’s event will be even bigger and better!
Of the event, David Cairns said: “For me, it was wonderful to see so many students want to show off their talent on a huge stage. As a youngster, I always had a passion for music but I would never have been brave enough to do what the BSB students did on Sunday.
We auditioned so many and, in all honesty, we could have had acts performing all day. I’m thoroughly excited about next year’s event! Thank you for your support.”
Although the talent and music stopped at around 15:41 on the BSB stage, the memories will certainly live on. This is just the start…… BSB’s Got Talent will be back next year and we stand strong with our promise to continue to showcase our extraordinarily talented students. A huge congratulations to all acts who auditioned, without you, this event would not have been possible.
Update from: Mr. Jamie Hughes, Deputy Head of Primary and Mr. David Cairns, English Teacher