Hats off to cast at St Albans Girls School
TOP Hat proved to be the King of the Swingers when the youth theatre group put on The Jungle Book for parents and friends on Saturday night. Over 40 children aged between four and 17 took part in the one-week course which culminated in a performance of Th
TOP Hat proved to be the King of the Swingers when the youth theatre group put on The Jungle Book for parents and friends on Saturday night.
Over 40 children aged between four and 17 took part in the one-week course which culminated in a performance of The Jungle Book at St Albans Girls School on Saturday.
Principal Warren Bacci said: "The course has been an intensive week and the students had to learn the lines, the songs and dance routines in just five days. We auditioned the students fairly on the first day and then spent the rest of the week rehearsing like mad."
Top Hat is running another summer course this week at the school focusing on the show Hairspray.
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