In the week beginning Monday 16th July, the school put on its biggest ever production with its own version of The Vackees. The production follows the story of a group of youngsters from the East End of London who end up being evacuated to the countryside. The cast have worked really hard over the past few weeks and it showed with an excellent performance.
Headteacher, Mr Manny Botwe said: “This is perhaps the best performance yet. I’m delighted that so many students from years 7 to 13 took part. I look forward to seeing what the Drama and Music Department will put together next year. Special thanks to the students, Ms Fellows, Ms Higgins and Mr Lilley for directing the music and acting.”
Morgan Leigh-Howard, year 9, took part in the show only weeks after having joined Tytherington School. She said: “It was really great to take part. We all pulled together as a team. It was really good fun and I’d like to take part next year.”