Having watched the dress rehearsal of the BVIS production ‘One More Day’, the children in Year 5 took on the role of theatre critics – based on their reviews, I think the show is going to be a hit!
On Tuesday 26th April, the students of BVIS performed the dress rehearsal of a wonderful play called ‘One More Day’, based on Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. This week the students will perform properly on Wednesday and Thursday.
The play tells a story about love, war and tragedy in France in the 19th century. The amazing teacher orchestra and the outstanding actors worked together to produce a wonderful dress rehearsal. The main characters sung like professional opera singers and worked their way through the stage. Such tragedy when war broke out and killed many, though love mended the gaps!
Anyone who watched the dress rehearsal yesterday would return home with a thrilling tale to tell! Everyone wishing to watch the real performance should get their tickets double quick, as the performances will be hosted on Wednesday and Thursday evenings this week.
‘One more day’, a play based on Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo is being performed this week by the children at BVIS. The story tells about family, love and war. The play was set in France in the 19th century.
There was a magnificent orchestra and lovely voices singing on the stage. The characters were amazing and they had very special voices, especially the mind-blowing quality performances by the children playing Fantine, Marius, Jean Valjean, Javert, Cosette, and the master of the house.
If you would like to watch this fantastic performance you should get tickets fast as it will be shown on Wednesday and Thursday evenings this week!
One More Day is a play by the children of BVIS Secondary, based on Les Miserables by Victor Hugo.
The production was about family, love and war. It is set in France during the year of 1815.
The amazing orchestra and actors have been practising very hard to put together a mind blowing play which is worth seeing. The people who saw the dress rehearsal loved it and really recommended it.
Anybody dying to see the performance must get their tickets fast and head straight to BVIS on Wednesday night because it shows on Wednesday and Tuesday evenings.
Ian Battersby / Head TX Primary Campus