Year 12 performers bring a tear to the eye

Year 12 performers bring a tear to the eye

Congratulations to our year 12 performing arts students, whose mesmerising performance of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time brought a tear to the eyes of this correspondent at least!

Christopher Boone was brought to spectacular life by Natalie Rathbone as he struggled to come to terms with both what was happening in his life. Christopher is not neuro-typical, and the cast worked together in a powerful way to show how approaching the world from a different angle made life such a challenge.

Congratulations to Adam Lindsey, Hattie Wiliams, Emma Nathaniel, Maddie Rees, Natalie Rathbone, Grace Gentry, George Dearing and Armina Pritchard for transporting us to a different world for an hour!


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