Fantastic Junior Production

This week we have seen over 100 students from both KEHS and KES working together to create our Junior Production, An Awfully Big Adventure. Sixth formers from Stage Crew have ably managed backstage, calling the show, operating the sound, lighting and managing the props and costumes. Over 75 students from...

This week we have seen over 100 students from both KEHS and KES working together to create our Junior Production, An Awfully Big Adventure. Sixth formers from Stage Crew have ably managed backstage, calling the show, operating the sound, lighting and managing the props and costumes. Over 75 students from Lower School have performed brilliantly in two sold out performances and one outreach performance to visiting junior schools. The show has been a huge success and many congratulations must go to the cast, crew and Director Mrs Waites for all their hard work and talent.

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