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Drama: Don’t miss this week’s ‘Working Title’ performance

Tickets to ‘Working Title’ are on sale in Accounts Window at High School. The actual performance is on 6 February at 4.00 p.m…  Bugsy Malone Rehearsals continue to make progress towards creating a truly special event.

As in previous years, the Performing Arts Department of St Andrews International School Bangkok will be showcasing a varied selection of work on 6 February at 4.00 p.m. in the Jo Adamson Theatre.

The students are looking forward to showing their hard work to you. This event is a culmination of work across all the Performing Arts and demonstrates talent from every Key Stage. The students are very excited about their contribution. Tickets for this event will be on available after residential from the Finance Office at High School. We hope to see as many of you there as possible.

Please see attached, the poster designed and created by Talent in Year 9.

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Bugsy Malone Rehearsals


Cast and crew for the High School Summer production are working hard to create the popular gangster era musical, due for performance at the end of April. Actors have been working on scenes while dancers have been creating routines with to be included in the show. Another group of students are working on technical aspects of the production such as lights, sound and stage management, and IB theatre arts students have taken on directing responsibilities.

Bugsy Malone re-creates the 1920s world of Speakeasies, Jazz and rival gangs’ struggle for supremacy and the cast are looking forward to bringing the show to the stage just after Songkran. Stay tuned for further updates.