Follow the yellow brick road to the Thomas Clarkson Academy

15:29 24 June 2014

Thomas Clarkson Academy theatre

Thomas Clarkson Academy theatre

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Performers at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech are putting the finishing touches to their version of the Wizard of Oz.

The show is on July 2 and 3 and involves around 25 performers from all year groups in a traditional show with a modern twist, which promises to be a great night out for all the family.

Art and construction students have been busy making the set and other students will be involved backstage.

Mrs Julie Wilcox, head of drama, said: “The students have worked really hard and I have been very impressed with their standard of commitment. Come along for an unforgettable night of song, dance and drama.”

The show will take place in the school’s theatre at 7pm each night. Tickets cost £5 (£3 concessions) and are available on the door or can be reserved by calling the Academy on 01945 585237 or Mrs Wilcox on 07544949446.

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