Exceptional Summer Production at The Capitol

Tanbridge House School wowed audiences recently when they took to the stage at The Capitol for the annual school production – Jekyll and Hyde.  Students and staff rehearsed for approximately six months, with their hard work culminating in three fantastic performances on 5, 6 and 7 July.  Audiences were blown away with the talent and professionalism on show from the incredible cast and band.

Kirsty Mackay, Artistic Director and Head of Drama at Tanbridge House said: "It's been a hugely enjoyable show to work on. I am so proud of how hard the cast have worked and their endless enthusiasm and commitment never fails to inspire us as teachers".

Students enjoyed being part of the production.  Bradley Leyton who played ‘Jekyll/Hyde’ said; “…my first Tanbridge show has been amazing.  I’ve met so many new people and found a real love and passion for performing.  I can’t wait till next year.”

Ella Sutton who played ‘Lucy’ commented “I have loved every moment of this year’s show and it has been an incredible experience…I will be devastated when it is all over.”

Congratulations to all involved on three fantastic performances! We look forwards to next year’s show!

Tanbridge House would like to thank the following businesses for sponsoring the show:Agile Media, Green Wright Chalton Annis Solicitors and Osbornes Uniforms Ltd.

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