Nailsea students perform Cinderella and Rockerfella

Kingshill Church School, Nailsea. Dress rehearsal of their end of year play.

Kingshill Church School, Nailsea. Dress rehearsal of their end of year play. - Credit: Archant

Talented performers from a Nailsea school sang and danced in a modern version of a classic fairytale.

Kingshill Church School, Nailsea. Dress rehearsal of their end of year play.

Kingshill Church School, Nailsea. Dress rehearsal of their end of year play. - Credit: Archant

Pupils from Kingshill Church School, in Pound Lane, put in Cinderella And Rockerfella for families and friends to celebrate the end of the school year.

The play is a panto-style reworking of the fairytale with traditional characters including downtrodden Cinderella, Rockerfella – formerly known as Prince Charming – Buttons, the Ugly Sisters and the Fairy Godmother alongside new additions to the story.

The performance featured solo performances from a number of different pupils as well as songs and choreographed dance routines from the whole cast.

The children helped create the impressive set which featured a backdrop of Nailsea High Street and it was the Ugly Sisters stole the laughs in the show as the two students cast as the villains rose to the occasion and put on a fanastic performance.


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