A roy­ally good and orig­i­nal show

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

Chil­dren in Years five and six per­formed ‘The Yel­low Feather’, a mu­si­cal pro­duc­tion writ­ten by re­tired mu­sic ad­vi­sor Paul Smith.

Di­rected and pro­duced by head­teacher El­iz­a­beth Un­der­wood, their unique show was set in Won­der­land and told the story of the quest of two princes to de­ter­mine which will suc­ceed their fa­ther as King.

As 180 chil­dren took to the stage, the singing raised the roof and au­di­ences packed the hall dur­ing a eight per­for­mances over two weeks.

Mr Smith, re­tired mu­sic ad­viser for the county and com­poser of the show’s mu­sic and songs, said: “It was mag­nif­i­cent –the chil­dren sang their hearts out and yet again the school has achieved a tri­umph.”

Mrs Un­der­wood said: “I am so proud of the chil­dren; they work so hard to achieve such fan­tas­tic re­sults in such a short timescale. They have brought the stan­dard to a new level. Well done.”

St Peter’s CofE pupils per­form The

Yel­low Feather

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