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Archbishop Sancroft High School hopes three-day arts festival will be ‘bigger than ever’

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A south Norfolk cluster of schools is to host a three-day arts festival in a bid to raise funds to improve their resources.

Archbishop Sancroft High School, in Harleston, will stage ASHSTUDE from Saturday, June 20.

It will host an exhibition of GCSE artwork, based around the theme of ‘Apart and/or Together’, an exhibition of Year 4 and Year 5 artwork on the same theme, as well as ongoing musical concerts, dance routines and drama performances.

A spokesperson for the school said: “Following the success of last year, this is set to be an even bigger event for the whole community.

“People can come and relax on the school field and enjoy listening to our very talented musicians play throughout the whole afternoon.”

ASHSTUDE opens with a performance of Anton Chekov’s The Three Sisters at 2pm, with the main festival opening to the public from 4pm to 7pm. Tickets are available on the day or from the school office.

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