12:55PM, Tuesday 25 February 2014
A mystical fairytale world has been recreated by pupils of Furze Platt Senior School.
Upper school students worked on the production of Into The Woods from September with the help of head of drama, Anna Bradley.
A new drama studio was built at the school in Furze Platt Road two years ago and this is the first time all the performers have had microphones.
About 70 pupils auditioned for about 20 performing places in the show by Stephen Sondheim.
Costumes and props, including a giant chicken made from a lawnmower and bicycle parts were also made by the students.
The sell-out show ran from Monday, February 10, to Thursday, February 13.
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