A group of Chinese visitors to Rydal Penrhos were treated to a special play put on by pupils at the school.
The contingent descended on the Rick Maple Drama Studio on Tuesday, February 7, where they witnessed the Lewis Carroll masterpiece Alice in Wonderland, as told by Drama pupils under the guidance of teacher Fiona Earle.
The role of Alice was played brilliantly by Year 7 pupil Jasmin Lewis, with the talented Noah Langford aiding her in her trek across the forest in his role of the White Rabbit.
Edward Hackman brought the role of the Mad Hatter to life in brilliant form, with the formidable Queen of Hearts showcased magnificently by Cerys Cuddihy.
Eliza Harrison-Dine, who will play the role of Annie in the upcoming Rydal Penrhos Dramatic Society production next month, took on the role of the King of Hearts, with Amanda Sperring, Isobel Rogerson, Sophie Madden, Hannah Gasem, Frankie Holmes, Amanda and Harri all shining in their respective roles.
The visitors to Rydal Penrhos have been part of a specialised integration programme put on by the school, which has seen them take part in a plethora of different academic and extra-curricular lessons, while also sampling some of the amazing things that North Wales has to offer.
Miss Earle, said: “Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the performance and I would like to thank all our pupils for putting in so much effort for our Chinese guests.”
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