School’s glee club performs to sell-out crowds

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre

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Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary School’s Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre in Littlehampton to perform their Summer Spectacular concert.

Across two sell-out nights, the children got into character to showcase sets from a variety of West End musicals to the 200-strong audiences.

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre. Esti Parkin, from year six, performs.

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre. Esti Parkin, from year six, performs.

Musicals on show included Oliver, Les Miserables, The Lion King, Mamma Mia! and Matilda.

Glee Club is open to all Key Stage 2 children and runs throughout the year and currently has 85 members.

The children rehearse once a week in the school hall and work towards various concerts, workshops and performances.

Rob Fauvel, music and performing arts co-ordinator at the school in Windsor Drive, Rustington, said: “As a school, we are proud of each and every child that stood up and performed on that stage. Their hard work, commitment and enthusiasm for music and dance has made them a pleasure to work with and they put on a fantastic show.

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre. Ellie Bennett, from year five, performs.

Pupils at Summerlea Community Primary Schools Glee Club took over The Windmill Theatre. Ellie Bennett, from year five, performs.

“Their behaviour and manners towards those that have worked with them, in whatever capacity, has also been impeccable.”

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