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Woodbridge School pupils give ‘incredibly slick’ performance of The Sound of Music

PUBLISHED: 15:01 21 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:01 21 February 2018

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

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Pupils at Woodbridge School delighted audiences with an “incredibly slick” performance of classic The Sound of Music.

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

A total of 105 pupils took to the stage at the Seckford Theatre and dozens of others worked behind the scenes and provided lighting and sound effects.

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

The musical sees the high-spirited Maria and the Von Trapp family escaping Austria from the Nazis, who are seeking Captain Von Trapp’s immediate service in their navy.

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

Neil Tetley, headteacher at Woodbridge School, said “Congratulations to the fantastic cast, band and crew on an incredibly slick and truly professional performance.

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

“The musical created a wonderful ‘feel-good factor’ – you couldn’t help but enjoy yourself.”

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

The sold-out performances were held just before the February half-term.

Woodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAKWoodbridge School pupils delighted parents with a stunning performance of The Sound of Music. Picture: MIKE KWASNIAK

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