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Year 7 Perform Shakespeare at the Belgrade

More than 20 year 7 students have been working on an abridged version of William Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing.  The hard work began in the summer holidays at Summer School and culminated in a performance at the Belgrade Theatre on Monday 9th November.

Riley Austin-King and Lottie Mason filled the parts of Benedick and Beatrice, Owen Dudley played the Prince Don Pedro, and the prince’s evil brother, Don John was played by Braydon Villiers. Harry Platt was a passionate Claudio and Molly Wilson was Hero, whilst others did an excellent job of being a supporting chorus. President Kennedy School was one of four schools performing and were the last to go on after a nervous wait! The production was a great success and parents and friends in the audience were hugely supportive.

Thank you to Miss Dunn and Miss Alexander for their time and hard work and for making this amazing opportunity possible.

 

More than 20 year 7 students have been working on an abridged version of William Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing.  The hard work began in the summer holidays at Summer School and culminated in a performance at the Belgrade Theatre on Monday 9th November.

Riley Austin-King and Lottie Mason filled the parts of Benedick and Beatrice, Owen Dudley played the Prince Don Pedro, and the prince’s evil brother, Don John was played by Braydon Villiers. Harry Platt was a passionate Claudio and Molly Wilson was Hero, whilst others did an excellent job of being a supporting chorus. President Kennedy School was one of four schools performing and were the last to go on after a nervous wait! The production was a great success and parents and friends in the audience were hugely supportive.

Thank you to Miss Dunn and Miss Alexander for their time and hard work and for making this amazing opportunity possible.