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A Christmas Carol

Following the past triumphs of Les Misérables, The Crucible, Beauty and the Beast, Private Peaceful and Grease and the recent film of Our Country’s Good, Wells Cathedral School made a live drama return to Cedars Hall this week to tell a new stage version of Dickens’ compelling tale of love, loss and redemption: A Christmas Carol.

Featuring a live score of Christmas favourites composed and adapted by pupils, giant puppets and an ensemble cast, this festive classic played to rapt sold-out audiences over the week, as well as to some very excited visiting schools who attended the matinee; receiving a standing ovation on its closing night. Many of these audience members have since been in touch:

“A very quick message to thank every single person involved with the production for what was a stunning performance last night. A very relevant story to this day and age was conveyed to an absorbed audience by the integrity and sensitivity of all the cast who were outstanding in every respect; there was as always something happening on the stage all the way through, and the musicians and back-stage support all contributed to a memorable and very significant interpretation of a Christmas story.”

This stellar achievement is a product of true collaboration between actors, dancers, musicians, puppeteers, backstage team and many creative and support staff. Bravo to all involved!