Cabaret at last came to Wayland
Community High School on the 21st January.
Following months of rehearsals, a sell out audience were treated a superb display
of humour, music and dance from the young people from the school and some who
had recently left.
It would be wrong to pick out any
of the talented youngsters so a few representatives
would include David Ketteringham, a young comic still looking for his brother,
Sophie Goveia who plays the violin so well, Emily and Charlottes wonderful
rendition of old favourites brought tears to the eyes of some of the audience, as
did the singing of Lorna Boulta. Dancing by the students was excellent and the
quality of the dances by Nathan Charles and his long term dance partner
Sammi Pownall, showed why it is they perform so
fantastically in national dance competitions.
All 67 of the young people involved
did so very well with the support of parent Joe Jay
and Chris Dalton. The evening was in aid of the Friends campaign to provide 2 mini
busses for the school and to this end they also laid on a super buffet supper and ran a
bar and raffle. Other students backed up the evening
from the car parkers to the waitresses.
Well done to everyone and look forward to the next event