Performing Arts teacher, Ravinder Jhite, said, "This was the first big production that our first year students performed, so it was an important stepping stone for them." ... "I am delighted with the end result. The students worked really well as part of a professional theatre company and the quality of their work was excellent. They exceeded my expectations of what could be achieved in only six weeks of rehearsal."
Adil Hussain, who played the part of Tybalt in the performance, said "I really enjoyed performing and I learnt lots of new skills such as choreographing stage combat sequences. The experience helped the group to work as part of a team."
Courtney Farnsworth, another of the BTEC Performing Arts students, said "I enjoyed developing skills of team work and gaining stage confidence as a performer."
The production was very well-received and a huge congratulations goes to all involved!