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Les Mis Cast Focus: Bella (Various)

Les Mis Cast Focus: Bella (Various)

  • Name: Bella Rutherford
  • Year group: Year 10
  • Role: Woman in Factory; Turning woman 4; Rebel; Lovely Lady; Beggar

An experienced performer who simply comes to life on stage, Bella will be taking on numerous roles during the upcoming Dramatic Society production of Les Misérables.

The pupil has enjoyed a standout spell at Rydal Penrhos that has spanned for more than a decade, and Bella has developed a considerable amount since enrolling as a Reception class child back in 2007.

She is an extremely talented individual across all areas of school life, and has grasped every opportunity afforded to her and every pupil living and learning at the school.

Her performances on stage have been one of the highlights of her time at Rydal Penrhos so far, with her leading role in the 2017 Dramatic Society production of Annie the Musical drawing widespread plaudits.

Bella followed this up by playing a huge contributing factor in this year’s RPS Showstoppers event, where her immense vocal ability was demonstrated over two sold-out nights at the Memorial Hall.

Her dedication to improving musically under the guidance of Rydal Penrhos’ dedicated staff has also brought with it some impressive grading results from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, with her Grade Two Cello success a testament to the progress she is making.

If that wasn’t enough, Bella has also shown a huge amount of potential on the water as part of the school’s unique sailing programme, where the pupil has secured both regional and national competition success in recent years.

Her passion for all things related to water sports was further evident during the summer, where Bella spent some of her break gaining a new qualification after securing her RYA Powerboat Level 2 qualification at Abersoch Sailing School.

She is also progressing in all academic areas, is a key member of numerous sporting sides and is also developing her skiing skills thanks to another initiative run by the school.

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