Gallery: Joseph musical brings hundreds of Bury St Edmunds school students together
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Students from schools across Bury St Edmunds staged a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat at the King Edward VI School.
The production involved pupils from the Bury Schools Partnership.
On Tuesday last week, more than 200 students enjoyed a matinee performance.
In the audience were children from Howard Primary, Ickworth Park Primary, Guildhall Feoffment and Risby.
Meanwhile, the cast of the show also included students from Hardwick, St James and Westley Middle School pupils, as well as long-established King Edward performers such as Connor Foster as Joseph, Louis Chambers as Jacob, Ed Mitchell as the Pharaoh and Eloise Dodman as Mrs Potiphar.
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King Edward’s headteacher Geoff Barton said: “As well as being a joyful show in its own right, Joseph gives us the perfect opportunity to celebrate the values of the Bury Schools Partnership – with children of all ages working together through music, drama and dance. It is a spirit-lifting end to a great year.”
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