Last week (3rd – 6th February) saw the culmination of four months hard work by the students and staff of Kingsbury High School with the performances of the school production of ‘Fame Jr’. There were five performances which featured 36 performers from years 7 – 12 and a backstage team of Sixth Form students. The show was a huge success with fantastic support from students, staff, friends and family, many of whom attended more than one performance.
Sara Dehvari who played Grace (Lambchops) Lamb said “In Fame I had the chance to become someone different on stage. I was able to relate to a character who shared many differences and similarities to me. Throughout the experience I made amazing friends and was able to make people smile by doing something I love. I feel that doing just that is what made everything worthwhile and I will remember it for the rest of my life.”
Headteacher, Mr Waxman said “Congratulations and many thanks to all colleagues associated with last week’s run of Fame. During five performances over four days (and a well attended dress rehearsal) a fabulous cast produced the goods time after time. I saw three of the performances myself and each surpassed the previous. The joyous, spirited involved.”