Love Conquers All

PUBLISHED: 14:50 03 August 2010 | UPDATED: 14:50 03 August 2010

St Peter's Primary School pupils

St Peter's Primary School pupils

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THERE wasn’t a dry eye in the room as students took their final bow at the St Peter’s School end of year production in Portishead.

THERE wasn’t a dry eye in the room as students took their final bow at the St Peter’s School end of year production in Portishead.

Dressed in a variety of colourful costumes, the year six students made their final appearance on the school stage with a show full of romance, song, dance and comedy.

Set in their home town of Portishead, the students delivered Love Conquers All with a maturity that reminded parents that their children were growing up as they move on from primary school to secondary education in a matter of weeks. The youngsters played to a full house of parents and friends during three evening performances.

The cast included all St Peter’s year six pupils, who were accompanied by the school orchestra and a 30-strong choir.


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