Pupils at a north Suffolk secondary school brought the glitz and glamour of the West End to the school stage as they showcased their musical talents in their annual Cabaret event earlier this month.
Students of Framlingham College staged a series of well-received performances across three nights, organised under the theme of ‘A Night at the Musicals’.
They performed songs from shows such as ‘Into the Woods’ and ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’, in addition to a rendition of ‘One Day More’ from the award-winning film Les Misérables, with soloists being backed by a chorus comprised of 50 students and a 36-piece orchestra made up of pupils, staff, and professional musicians.
Tim Rhodes, the Director of Music at Framlingham College, said: “Not only were there some outstanding solo performances, but the amount of students in the chorus and orchestra shows the depth of talent that the College has to offer.
“The audience clearly loved it as we had standing ovations each night justifying the hard work that had been put in by everyone.”