Gangsters run riot at school
Students from across the year groups were involved in the wellknown production earlier this month, which tells the story of 1930s gangsters but with a cast made up entirely of children.
Leader of drama Andrew Creffield said: “I was immensely proud seeing pupils not only perform to a high standard but to have enjoyed the experience and working alongside each other to put on this professional production.”
Year eight pupil Imogen Burrowes said: “It was all a lot of hard work but it was all worth it.
“We had make up and set design by other pupils in our school. The make up looked great on all the dancers, Tallulah and gangsters.
“The set designs were beautiful and very detailed, also created by students. We had lots of fun with the splurge guns. All the lines were learnt rather quickly by the cast which helped the process.
“My highlight was showcasing our work to the primary schools as they all seemed to enjoy it.
“I loved working on Bugsy and I hope there will be more productions that I can get involved in this year as I am sure they will be just as great.”