Woodham Academy’s talented students will take to the stage again at their annual Summer Concert.
This year’s event is named ‘A Night At The Movies’ and will feature performances influenced by music from films – ranging from cult classics to modern favourites.
Students from all year groups will take part in the concert, which will feature the Dance Academy, Woodham Jazz Band, Percussion Academy, Drama Academy, and the newly formed Woodham Rock Band, as well as various soloists.
The concert, which follows the recent success of Woodham Academy’s acclaimed production of School of Rock, will also feature a sneak preview of next year’s musical, Grease.
Head of Music Rob Gales said: “Everyone who saw our recent performances of School of Rock will know our students are hugely talented performers.
“They are working hard to ensure we have another great night of entertainment at Woodham Academy, and we hope as many people as possible will be here to enjoy it.”
Woodham Academy recently received a national award in recognition of the excellence of its music education.
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) awarded Woodham Academy its Silver Certificate, praising the high achievement of the school’s students.
The Woodham Academy Summer Concert will take place on Tuesday, July 3, starting at 7pm. Movie themed refreshments will be available on the night, as well as the usual raffle.
Tickets, priced just £4 and £2, are available now on Parentpay, from the school office, or on the door on the night.