It’s time for the curtain to go up on this year’s stage spectacular, Grease.
After months of rehearsals, students will take to the stage tonight (28th) for the first of four performances.
The musical is one of the most successful and popular of all time, featuring a host of uplifting songs, including Summer Nights, Greased Lightning, We Go Together and Born To Hand Jive.
The showcase is the second collaboration with neighbouring Penn Fields School for the annual production and students have been rehearsing every Thursday evening and some Saturdays since October.
Ms S Bishop, Head of Performance, said: “Our students have worked incredibly hard over the past few months and we are delighted that it’s now showtime!
“We are proud to be staging our annual musical in collaboration with Penn Fields for the second year and have been pleased to see so many students from both schools involved.
“Grease is an iconic musical that has transcended generations. It features some very catchy songs that we guarantee will have the audience dancing and singing along.
“Our students have put in so much effort to put on another fantastic production and we are looking forward to welcoming you all to sing along in the audience.”
The show will run until Saturday, March 3rd. There are only a handful of tickets remaining, costing £6 (£4 concessions), which are available from the Humanities LRC. Shows start at 7.30pm in the Lyceum and refreshments will be available in the interval.