THERE are still tickets left for Chatsmore Catholic High School’s production of Noughts and Crosses.
The show is being staged at the school, in Goring Street, Goring, tonight (Wednesday, March 13), tomorrow (Thursday, March 14) and Friday.
Noughts and Crosses is set in a dystopian world where the noughts who are white are an inferior race to the crosses who are black.
The play is based on the novel by Malorie Blackman and uses the relationship between Callum, a nought, and Sephy, a cross, to show the true horror of segregation and racism.
Tanya Gladman, subject leader for drama, said: “It is a very challenging play and we have worked hard to show the relevance to today’s world. We have included music tracks by Plan B and Chase and Status, The Kaiser Chiefs and Kazabian.
“Our cast ranges from year 7-11 with Adam White in year-10 as Callum McGregor and Ellia Perretta in year-11 as Sephy Hadley.
“I have been so impressed with the students commitment and creativity; productions are always so demanding it takes a lot of hard work and diligence to produce such a high standard.”
Tickets cost £3 on the door, or can be booked by calling 01903 241368.