Where the Wild Things Live

Two groups of Chatsmore Catholic High School students took their drama performance out into the community.

Thursday, 11th August 2016, 5:34 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th August 2016, 6:40 pm
Where the Wild Things Live

The students visited Goring Library and Davison Day Nursery to share their children’s theatre, Where the Wild Things Are.

The first group performed to Marriotts Nursery and others at the library. The second group performed to Davison nursery staff and children.

The students have developed skills in theatre in education and used audience participation to engage the four-year-olds.

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The school said: "They have been utterly professional and demonstrated such maturity and team work while on tour."

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