Creative Arts Trip to London

Students in front of the Lyceum Theatre before The Lion King performance

A group of 35 students from Years 8, 9 and 10 enjoyed an epic three-day Creative Arts Trip to London earlier this week.

Of the many highlights, they got the chance to visit the Capital’s West End for not one but two top theatre productions.

On Monday evening, the pupils headed to the Gillian Lynne Theatre for an energetic, buzzing performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash-hit, School of Rock the Musical.

Later in the trip, the group went to the impressive Lyceum Theatre to see Disney’s long-running and multi-award-winning musical, The Lion King.

On top of the theatre shows, the jam-packed itinerary included star-spotting at Madame Tussauds’ wax museum, and chills and thrills at the London Dungeon.

Students also had plenty of free time to explore London and experience all the sights and sounds it has to offer.

They were able to wander around the vibrant Covent Garden area, enjoy some retail therapy in Oxford Street and Regent Street, and stroll along the Queen’s Walk and down the south bank of the River Thames.

Head of Creative Arts, Mrs Tristham, said: “Everyone had an unforgettable time in London and the students were an absolute credit to the school. Thank you to all of the staff who helped to make the trip a huge success.”

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