Gallery: Woodbridge School cast treats audience to some eighties nostalgia

Woodbridge School's production of Back to the 80s at the Seckford Theatre. Photo by Mike Kwasniak.

Woodbridge School's production of Back to the 80s at the Seckford Theatre. Photo by Mike Kwasniak. - Credit: Mike Kwasniak

A colourful cast of more than 100 pupils took to the stage for a musical trip down memory lane.

Woodbridge School took audiences back in time with the performance of Neil Gooding’s hit show, Back to the 80s.

The story of fun, heartbreak, love and loneliness in the graduating year of high school was told by pupils aged 11 to 18 at the Seckford Theatre.

Headteacher, Neil Tetley said: “Very well done to all pupils involved in the fantastic Back to the 80s performance. “It was a brilliant, energetic, colourful show executed with sheer exuberance and professionalism.

“It was great to see the pupils having so much fun on stage, and to see the audiences cheering as they relived the times of their youth with the young people of today. A spectacular performance from all cast and crew.”


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