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Parents and Year 7 pupils were entertained by a selection of songs from famous musicals in the latest Poltair production last week. Oklahoma, South Pacific and The Sound of Music were featured with a mix of song and dance numbers imaginatively choreographed and staging enhanced by the use of video projection and backdrops. Stand out performances came from Owain Canniff as the Oklahoma baritone lead Curly and Alisha Armstrong as the soprano Maria singing her way into the hearts of the Von Trapp family.

The production was a collaborative success from the members of the Arts staff, not forgetting Mr Pope's 'Eidelweiss' solo. Well done to everyone who took part or helped in any way to make the production a success!

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