A Practically Perfect dance production at Beaverwood School for Girls

Students perform at Beaverwood School for Girls production of 'Practically Perfect'

Students perform at Beaverwood School for Girls production of 'Practically Perfect'

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Last week, over 80 students at Beaverwood School for Girls stepped back in time and took part in our school dance production of Practically Perfect based on the well-loved story of Mary Poppins.

Staff and students gave up many hours of their time to put on the show over the course of three performance nights, including inviting local primary schools Dorset Road Infants School and Chislehurst Primary to come and watch the full dress rehearsal.

Mrs K Raven, headmistress, said: "Beaverwood's productions are always of a very high standard and often of a West End quality. This year's Practically Perfect was no exception and indeed, I believe it to be one of our best ever.

"The Mayor of Bromley, Cllr Noad was full of praise for our students and staff as he was warmly welcomed to our champagne reception and performance, as a VIP on our Gala Night."

The production was a huge success and was watched by over 800 people throughout the week.

Audiences were entertained and moved by dancers from Year 7 through to Year 13 all working together to produce this wonderful show. Dance teachers Mrs Brash and Miss McRoberts want to congratulate the students: “They put on a supercalifragilistic show, well done to all involved."

Based on information supplied by Dan Meeks.


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