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Twelfth Night

06 May 2016

  • Twelfth Night - Year 8
  • Twelfth Night - Year 8
  • Twelfth Night - Year 8
  • Twelfth Night - Year 8
  • Twelfth Night - Year 8
  • Twelfth Night - Year 8

2016 is the 400th anniversary of the death of the world's most successful playwright, William Shakespeare so it was fitting to celebrate his anniversary this morning with our Year 8 production. Adapted by Head of Drama Miss Charlotte Bovingdon, their performance of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night was fantastic against a Chinese setting used to represent the island of Illyria. Acts One to Three were performed by 8B and Acts Four and Five were performed by Class 8A.  

Thanks goes to Miss Bovingdon and Mr. Nigel De Sousa; Selina and Skylar for the music; Mr. David Robinson for the visuals and programme ,and finally a big thank you to all the students who made us all proud today!