A Twisted Tale

We hope you enjoyed The Players and Producers performance of A Twisted Tale. Everyone involved worked extremely hard and we had lots of positive feedback from both parents and staff.  Mrs De Board was especially proud of the shy, quiet class members who performed brilliantly – not so shy anymore!

There are so many benefits from participating in a drama club; here are a few of the skills you can develop: language and communication, cooperation, emotional intelligence and creativity. This term, Mrs Evans and Mrs Chisholm have had the pleasure of witnessing many of The Players build in confidence and emerge as great character actors and actresses.

  

 

 

 

 

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  2. Thank you Mrs Evans for helping us and for building our confidence.
    Also thank you to Mrs Chisholm for helping us produce a play.
    This play has helped me build my confidence and express myself.

  3. My favourite part of the twisted tale was who will buy market scene and the food glorious food, which was at the beginning.

    My mum,grandma and my dad came to watch me.

  4. My three Aunties, Mum and Dad, Nanny and Granddad,my cousin and my next door neighbour came and watched me perform in the twisted tale.

    It was really FUN…

  5. A massive thank you to Mrs Evans and Mrs Chisholm for helping me become the part of Nancy. My mum and dad came to watch, they thoroughly enjoyed it. My favourite bit was the pub scene as it was fun and energetic. This was one of the best performences I’ve ever done . thank you to the amazing Mrs Evans and Mrs Chisholm.

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