Gallery: Children from Queen’s House in Woodbridge take audience to a mystical woodland world
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Talented children transported their audience to a mystical world of fairies, pixies and woodland creatures.
Family and friends flocked to see The Goblin Next Door, featuring pupils from Queen’s House, the pre-preparatory department of Woodbridge School.
More than 70 children aged four to seven took part in the production at the Seckford Theatre.
The youngsters played the parts of the fairies, pixies and woodland creatures whose lives in Fairy Dell are disrupted when the Goblin Man moves in.
However the naughty neighbour eventually sees the error of his ways and is forgiven so everyone can live happily ever after.
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Jan King, headmaster of Queen’s House, said: “The children had lots of fun learning to act and sing the wonderful songs in this play.
“They particularly enjoyed getting into their costumes and becoming the characters in the story.”
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