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The Pirates of the Curry Bean – Year 6 Panto 2019
The children have been amazing this week - performing their Year 6 Panto: The Pirates of the Curry Bean!
With wonderful singing, entertaining lines, delightful dancing and amazing acting, the Year 6's have wowed their audiences for five performances across the week. We've laughed, cried and shouted Argh! in our best pirate voices.
The Year 6 staff would like to say a huge well done to everyone involved - whether they've contributed as actors, dancers, ensemble, back-stage, lighting or sound. You've all worked incredibly hard and we are proud of each and every one of you!
We would like to thank all parents for their wonderful support and contributions towards the play; all the costumes provided have brought our play to life! We have really appreciated it and hope this show, shows off how wonderful, enthusiastic and energetic our classes are.
The Year 6 Team
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What A Knight - Year 6 Panto 2014
On Thursday 17th July 2014 Year 6 performed their pantomime, What a Knight! We did three performances all together. It was really good fun and everyone enjoyed it. There were plenty of jokes to laugh at and baddies to boo at. It was jam packed with entertainment; with nine scenes and six songs. A total of 46 characters and 20 backstage crew members including sound, lighting, OHP, scene changers, props and dancers made up the cast. The story focused on the characters Watt Cobblers played by Poppy, Merlin the Magician played by Aidan, the Black Knight played by Max, Princess Alice played by Sasha and finally Dusty the Dragon played by Shreya, but it really was a team effort. The play wouldn’t have come together if us, the children, hadn’t cooperated and worked together. Many thanks too to Mr Smith who played the piano and directed the play with Miss Baker. Also Mrs Crane, Miss Gibson, Mrs Woolgar, Mrs Dowdy & Shaun who all helped with props, scenery and back stage; finally a big thank you to all the parents who came along on a very hot day (and evening) to watch the pantomime. Report by Lucy & Ollie