'The Grinch' Comes To Chiswick School

School production of the Dr Seuss classic festive treat for all

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A magical extravaganza was held at Chiswick School last night (December 16th) when they presented their Christmas performance of The Grinch. A dazzling set, wild and wacky costumes complimented a festive treat filled with dance, song and a touch of craziness!

The ensemble cast had worked incredibly hard to produce a well choreographed and dynamic performance which had the audience laughing out loud and joining in with some well loved Christmas Songs.

The audience members were also treated to some alternative songs and dances from some classic theatre productions making this an altogether wonderfully different experience.

The physical style and slapstick humour, combined with the powerful message of kindness and forgiveness, made for a great show.

Under the expert guidance of Tommy Robinson the students have excelled and the delight they showed throughout the performance was infectious.

To use Dr.Suess's own words, this show really did bring 'the tringlers and fuzzles, the pantookas and wuzzles' together for a truly festive treat.

Some tickets are still available for the Tuesday night show and they are available to purchase on the door at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start.

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December 18, 2019

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