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Grease is the word for Bury St Edmunds pupils




Mark Westley Photography'St Edmundsbury Primary School pupils given backstage experience at King Edward VI PAC during their production of Grease. ANL-140312-233026009
Mark Westley Photography'St Edmundsbury Primary School pupils given backstage experience at King Edward VI PAC during their production of Grease. ANL-140312-233026009

It’s the one the audience wants as pupils in Bury St Edmunds stage their interpretation of the smash hit musical Grease.

Tickets for the show at King Edward VI School are nearly sold out with more than 50 left for the matinee on Saturday, December 13.

The musical features 110 pupils in the cast, band and stage crew with some middle schools involved.

They received help and advice from West End star Andrew Simeon, who watched a rehearsal and ran workshops.

Meanwhile, St Edmundsbury Primary pupils, who are studying the rock music genre, were given a sneak peak of rehearsals.



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