Robots, pirates and magical animals perform in charity musical show

Robots, pirates and magical animals perform in charity musical show

Robots, pirates and magical animals perform in charity musical show

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Students from drama school, Stagecoach Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, performed in a one-off Musical Mayhem show for charity.

The young performers took part in the special show in Rickmansworth on Sunday, April 13, to raise money for The Stagecoach Charitable Trust and Crohn’s and Colitis UK.

A total of 120 students, aged between six and 18-years-old, dazzled hundreds of people in the audience with their singing and dancing, raising more than £1,000, which will be split between the two charities.

Kitty Gould, principal of Stagecoach Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, said: "We were thrilled to make our debut at Watersmeet and to raise money for two charities very close to our hearts. 

"The event was a great success and I was extremely proud of every single student.  The professionalism and passion of our performers was fantastic and it was great to see every student putting all the skills they have learnt to practice in this event. 

"I just cannot wait to see what we will do next year."

The show kicked off with a six-part harmony choral number. As the show progressed, the audience encountered pirates, naughty school children, magical animals, glamorous dancers, Elizabethan ladies and a few robots.

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