Thumbs up for Caesar performance

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 February 2015

St Katherines School Pill Theatre company performing Julius Caesar from year seven students.

St Katherines School Pill Theatre company performing Julius Caesar from year seven students.

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A theatre group from the Bristol Old Vic entertained students at St Katherine’s School in Pill with a live performance of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, which is believed to have been written in 1599.

All year seven students got to watch the play, hosted by the school’s English faculty, while Felix Brown, William Hulse, Steph Thomasset, Emily Drohan and Patryk Lietzau all got to play an active role in the production.

A spokesperson for the school said that all of the students were ‘absolutely gripped’ by the performance and that those who played a part in the play should all be ‘highly commended for their fabulous performance’.


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