Sell-out musical is hailed the best yet’

PUBLISHED: 07:19 17 August 2006 | UPDATED: 09:47 31 May 2010

The young cast of The Curious Quest of the Sandman’s Sand - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

The young cast of The Curious Quest of the Sandman’s Sand - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

YOUNG thespians wowed the sell-out audience at Pure Rhythm s summer performance on Friday. The group of 60 children, aged from seven to 15, performed The Curious Quest of the Sandman s Sand in Saffron Walden County High School s dance studio. The musical

YOUNG thespians wowed the sell-out audience at Pure Rhythm's summer performance on Friday.

The group of 60 children, aged from seven to 15, performed The Curious Quest of the Sandman's Sand in Saffron Walden County High School's dance studio.

The musical was the third annual summer school show organised by the director of the Pure Rhythm performing arts school, Sue Raven.

Mrs Raven said: "The performance went brilliantly; the parents who came to see it said it was the best one yet.

"The talent in Saffron Walden is phenomenal and the work the children put in was extraordinary."

Rehearsals lasted for four hours each day from Monday to Friday last week, before a dress rehearsal and the performance on Friday.

Sue Raven's popular performing arts school will shortly be moving to an improved facility in the Dame Bradbury School, Saffron Walden.

To find out more, call her on 01799 501579 or visit the Pure Rhythm website at www.purerhythm.co.uk

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