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Performers show what they’re made of on stage at festival




Peterborough Drama Festival 2016 - pupils from Copthill School taking part EMN-160503-184504009
Peterborough Drama Festival 2016 - pupils from Copthill School taking part EMN-160503-184504009

More than 700 performers took to the stage at this year’s Peterborough Drama Festival, held at Dogsthorpe Infant School and Dogsthorpe Academy.

Taking place from Friday to Sunday, competitors demonstrated their reading, acting and improvisation skills in front of adjudicators Ann-Harris Norman, Jill O’Hare and Keith Ralph.

Competitiors came from schools including Copthill in Uffington, Witham Hall and Deeping St James Primary.

Vice chairman, Steve Cutts said: “This year’s festival went very well indeed. We had first class performances and the adjudicators thoroughly enjoyed the event.”



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