First-ever theatre production at Cranbrook Education Campus

PUBLISHED: 12:15 20 November 2017

Cranbrook Education Campus's first production is  “Stille Nacht

Cranbrook Education Campus's first production is “Stille Nacht", Picture: Contributed.

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Cranbrook Education Campus will be putting on its first-ever production next month.

Stille Nacht will be showing at the school on Thursday, December 14.

The production is the brainchild of Maddi Jenkins, the school’s head of drama, who was initially inspired by the Christmas truces that have become legendary during World War One.

Doors open at 6.30pm at the campus, and the show will begin at 7pm. Tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for students.

All proceeds from ticket sales will go straight back into the school’s performing arts department.

Tickets can be purchased directly from reception with cash and through the Expressions App for those with students in the school.

Tickets will also be for sale at the campus’s annual Christmas fayre, which is taking place on Friday, December 1.

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