Students in dramatic school show

PUBLISHED: 14:57 14 December 2006 | UPDATED: 10:03 31 May 2010

Cast members performing The Crucible at County High - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

Cast members performing The Crucible at County High - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

STUDENTS keen to gain experience in dramatic arts are putting on a storming production of The Crucible at the Saffron Walden County High School this week. Thirty students make up the cast, with a further 15 working backstage and as lighting technicians.

STUDENTS keen to gain experience in dramatic arts are putting on a storming production of The Crucible at the Saffron Walden County High School this week.

Thirty students make up the cast, with a further 15 working backstage and as lighting technicians.

Drama teacher Nicole Tremblay is directing the production and 17-year-old student Ben Butcher is enjoying his role as assistant director.

He said: "The shows have been going really well and have been very well attended. Some 120 people came along on Tuesday night and we're expecting a good turnout for the remaining shows."

Tickets for performances tonight (Thursday December 14) and tomorrow at 7.30pm are available from the school priced at £6 and £4.


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