JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT’
St Nicholas have this term decided to put on another musical production with the wonderful and ambitious ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’!
The performance will be on Wednesday 22nd May at 6.30pm (drinks from 6.00pm).
The children have already shown great enthusiasm for the musical in class and many seem to already know the catchy tunes from the production.
Rehearsals have started in earnest and many pupils have been issued with scripts. We will spend the next fortnight learning songs and then will dedicate more time to staging and dramatising the play in due course.
If your child has songs to learn, do encourage them to learn these well in advance so we can hit the ground running when we start to act it out. Teachers will be in touch about ideas for costume when all the smaller roles are allocated.
Tickets are available on TicketSource.
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