Dormer House at Strat­ford

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Fol­low­ing re­cent per­for­mances at Chip­ping Nor­ton The­atre, pupils from the up­per part of Dormer House School in More­ton-in-marsh were on stage at The Dell Strat­ford Upon Avon with their 1960s adap­tion of A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream. They had fan­tas­tic sup­port, and per­formed be­fore two en­thu­si­as­tic au­di­ences, to very high ac­claim.

Emily Scates, the school’s drama teacher, was very proud, and keen to con­grat­u­late all the pupils who took part, “They worked ex­cep­tion­ally hard as a team to cre­ate a pro­duc­tion full of verve, ex­cite­ment and 60s shim­mer.”

Free-spir­ited chil­dren of the 60s

The Mid­sum­mer Triple Wed­ding: ‘Go­ing to the chapel’

Free-spir­ited chil­dren of the 60s

Imo­gen Hynes as Puck, with hench­men

Cameron Far­rell as the Lion Brave

Ju­dith Hobbs and son Ed­ward from Chip­ping Nor­ton en­joy the show

Flower power feud­ing

Me­gan Hip­kins as Bot­tom The Ass

Danc­ing on the Banks of the river Avon at The RSC’S out­door the­atre The Dell

Oberon’s hench­men

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