The full running order has been announced for one of the most prominent dates on the Rydal Penrhos calendar.
After a dedicated rehearsal process, the school’s Music and Drama departments will present RPS Showstoppers over two nights at the Memorial Hall on Thursday, March 8 and Friday 9.
A company featuring the talented Bella Rutherford will kick-off proceedings with Good Morning Baltimore from Hairspray, before Emily Jones, Ruby Merrick, Ada Vonbank, Hermione-Rose Toulmin, Ella James, Heidi Jack, Ruby James and Lily Davies take the stage for their rendition of Together Wherever We Go from Gypsy.
Amy Yue will be singing the popular How Far I’ll Go from Moana, with Grace Ormerod, Daisy Harker-Weston, Miles Poller and Isabel Bateson are expected to deliver incredible performances from various high-profile musicals.
American boarder Luca Leggieri will giving his version of Go The Distance from Hercules, while Niamh Smith, Hannah Davies, Shruthi Ganapathi, Beau Holden and Phillipa Thomas will be performing a Disney Princess Medley.
Part One will close out with contributions from Caitriona Searl, Joe Morrow, Alastair Irvine, Head of English and Drama Leah Crimes, Head of Modern Foreign Languages Susan Livingstone and Urdd National Eisteddfod winner Tegid Goodman-Jones.
Following the interval, a company featuring Hannah Davies and Sean Hughes will get us going again with Seasons of Love from Rent, while Head Girl Olivia Williams will be displaying her vocal skills with Another Suitcase in Another Hall from Evita.
The duets of Sean Hughes/Zhara Shamsi and Darcie Harker-Weston/Bella Rutherford could steal the show, with Chemistry teacher Michael Pender, Jenny Blackman and Music teacher Richard Davies also set to bring a great deal to the event.
It will conclude with a company featuring Mr Pender, Head of Sixth Form Peter Lavery, Hannah Davies, Mrs Crimes, Tegid Goodman-Jones, Mrs Livingstone, Deputy Head Tim Cashell and Mr Davies performing the iconic One Day More from Les Miserables, and each performance with be supported by Rydal Penrhos’ Orchestra, Jazz Band and Choir.