Stu­dents take to the stage for ex­pe­ri­ence

Macclesfield Express - - SCHOOLS NEWS -

A TRIO of per­form­ing arts stu­dents have been keep­ing busy with stage roles.

Stu­dent Si­mon Pick­ford won the role of Prince Charm­ing at the Con­gle­ton Pan­tomime’s Pro­duc­tion of Cin­derella, and al­ready has his next part lined up, warm­ing up to play the part of Andy in Brassed Off.

He will be joined by fel­low stu­dent Aimee Jack­son, who is cur­rently in the cho­rus of Sweeny Todd with the Trin­ity Op­er­atic So­ci­ety, and has se­cured the role of Glo­ria.

Fel­low stu­dent Gab­bie Boswell, has been get­ting some fan­tas­tic as Aladdin as well as be­ing the chore­og­ra­pher for the Gawsworth Pan­tomime.

Sarah Ba­con, course leader at the col­lege, said: “Th­ese stu­dents are com­pletely com­mit­ted to a ca­reer in the in­dus­try and re­alise that to make it in the per­form­ing arts world they need to have ex­pe­ri­ence of work­ing in dif­fer­ent the­atres and in dif­fer­ent roles.

“I am im­pressed with how th­ese three stu­dents com­bine work­ing in pro­duc­tions whilst con­tin­u­ing to meet the de­mands of their col­lege course.’

●● The pupils at Bollinbrook took part in a char­i­ta­ble song writ­ing pro­ject to raise aware­ness of the food­bank

●● Pupils at Bollinbrook CE pri­mary School pic­tured with Theresa Hay­ton from Silk­life Food­bank

●● Si­mon Pick­ford, Aimee Jack­son and Gab­bie Boswell have been busy tread­ing the boards

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