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Trinity promises ‘glorious’ production of West End classic
Pupils at Trinity School, Croydon, are hard at work preparing for their Christmas production of Oliver!
Featuring favourites including Pick A Pocket Or Two, As Long As He Needs Me, Oom Pah Pah and Food, Glorious Food, the show is a whole-school production where over 90 pupils are taking part.
With fantastic technical production, including professional choreography, impressive costumes and sets, Lionel Bart’s popular musical promises to be a highlight of the school year.
Chris Chambers, Head of Drama Productions at Trinity, said: “The students have relished the opportunity to get into role and bring those great Dickensian characters to life. I am looking forward to seeing all the different strands of production finally come together.”
Performances from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th December. Tickets priced at £3 / £5. Find out more at www.trinity-school.org
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