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Thursday, 24 April 2014

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Ulverston students perform Peter Pan

AN original adaptation of Peter Pan brought the house down in Ulverston when it was performed for hundreds of primary school children.

Nearly 600 pupils from feeder schools across the area packed into the town’s Coronation Hall as students from Ulverston Victoria High School entertained them.

Head of drama, Colleen Hicks, said the show had been a huge success and a total original.

She said students from year seven to the sixth form had worked on the script, backdrops, lighting and costumes for the annual event.

Miss Hicks, who directed the production, said the finale had all the youngsters on their feet singing along to Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You and finished off with What Does The Fox Say by comdy duo Ylvis.

She said: “It was absolutely brilliant with 600 primary school children on their feet. It was a great Christmas finale and I would like to thank all the students and Richard Butler our head of performing arts.

“I would also like to thank Gordon Crayston for his help with the lighting.

“It was a really enjoyable performance. Thank you to all who took part and parents who helped.”

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