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Leading actress confirmed as special guest for Creative & Performing Arts dinner

Leading actress confirmed as special guest for Creative & Performing Arts dinner

A leading figure in film and theatre will be the special guest at Rydal Penrhos’ Creative and Performing Arts dinner.

Mossie Smith, who has a wealth of experience on both stage and screen, will be attending the inaugural event on Friday, May 4.

The actress is best known for her roles in The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1997), Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky (2005) and Prime Suspect (1991).

Her efforts on stage have also been significant, working under some of the best directors in the industry during performances such as Nell Gwynn, Snake in the Grass, Howard Katz and Wild Oats.

During the celebration, Mrs Smith will be speaking to those in attendance about her career, in addition to presenting the prizes that will be handed out on the night.

The dinner is the culmination of Rydal Penrhos’ Creative and Performing Arts week, which has seen a number of different activities held by the school’s Art, Design and Technology, Drama and Music departments.

Year 12 A-level Drama pupils held a staff workshop, a ‘Super Doodle’ was placed in the Memorial Quad and Staff Room, while A-level and GCSE DT coursework was proudly displayed throughout the department.

It has been another sensational year of achievements for the school’s thriving Arts programme, which has brought a wealth of individual and group accolades during the academic year.

The talented situated throughout Rydal Penrhos was further evident at the recent RPS Showstoppers event, which was held over two sold-out nights earlier this year.

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