St Mary’s Primary School not only adapted a beloved Enid Blyton novel for the stage, they entertained huge crowds with its production of The Enchanted Forest.
Students performed on Wednesday and Thursday night for huge crowds with lots of dancing, singing and acting.
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The production was a culmination of lots of hard work from both the students and staff at the school who had spent countless hours working on the show.
“The hard work of our school performance team paid off with our production of 'The Enchanted Forest',” St Mary’s Primary School acting principal Mark Birks said.
“The hard work of writing the script, rehearsals, making of props and costumes and all the little things that make a great production was worth the wait.
“All the students from Kindy to Year 6 were involved in the production and all staff had a hand in the success.
“This was a wonderful whole community event and all the staff, parents and students should be very proud of the final product,” Mr Birks said.