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Huge school production lands in technicolour style 

 Published on: 14th February 2019   |   By: Jake Levison   |   Category: Uncategorized

Rickmansworth School students wowed audiences over four sell out evenings in their annual school production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. 

Rickmansworth School, which is renowned for its performing arts, took to the stage on January 23-26, with students involved ranging from the youngest of the Year 7s to the eldest Year 13s.

This year’s production exceeded all expectations, with over 100 cast, crew and musicians getting involved.

It was a real team effort from all concerned, including staff and parents helping out with costumes, makeup, refreshments and plenty more.     

Taking the lead on this year’s production were co-directors from the school’s drama department, Sarah Curtis and Jason Waters, who commented: “It never ceases to amaze us how this magical experience for everyone involved can strengthen relationships between the year groups, students and staff and we would like to personally thank all of our students, whose boundless energy and enthusiasm has been infectious”. 

Social media was flowing with compliments following the performances and plans are already afoot for next year’s production.

A parent of one of the students involved said: “What an amazing week of performances. Students and staff: you should be very proud of yourselves, it was incredible.”    

The whole community was involved, with local primary school students enjoying an exclusive matinee ahead of the evening shows. 

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