Congratulations to all of Years 2-5 for producing a superb Christmas performance of Silent Night. Well done also to the choirs and other pupils from the Prep School who performed Christmas music. We were very proud of them all.
Seaford College Prep School gave a dazzling performance of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat last week. Eighty students from Years 2 to 8 took part in the production, with Nick Easton taking the title role and Ben Clark as the Pharaoh.
The role of the Narrator was divided between five students including two of the cast’s youngest members, Charlotte Cragg and Lauren Goldsmith.
Head of the Prep School Sebastian Rees said that the show was “an example of what the Prep School does best, making education fun.”
Head of Drama Dr Jane Askew said, “The performing arts are thriving at Seaford College, with events happening throughout the year. It is very exciting to see the younger students emerging with such talent.”
Performances start at 7.00pm and will take place in the Assembly Hall. Admission is free, but you are invited to make a donation to the forthcoming Prep School Choir Tour.
Refreshments are available in the Hollington Centre before the show, and we look forward to welcoming you.