It was all White on the night
SNOW WHITE was joined on stage by an eighth dwarf in Takeley Primary School s production this week. The play, which stars Year 6 pupils and has been directed by deputy headteacher Karen Thompson, has been given a modern makeover and an ingenious twist. Th
SNOW WHITE was joined on stage by an eighth dwarf in Takeley Primary School's production this week.
The play, which stars Year 6 pupils and has been directed by deputy headteacher Karen Thompson, has been given a modern makeover and an ingenious twist.
The school's finance officer, Tracy Rayner, said: "Mrs Thompson has been running the after school drama club for about 17 years and Snow White has been another big success.
"It's a cracking production and the children have had great fun coming up with their own dwarf names and have enjoyed learning their lines.
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"The Year Three to Five children are also involved in the play, singing enthusiastically in the choir."
The show opened yesterday (Wednesday) and tonight (Thursday) is the final performance.
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For tickets to tonight's show contact the school on 01279 870541. They are free but donations to help fund the scenery and lighting are suggested.
Picture: DICK HARDING