High School Musical fever set to hit Wollaston

Stourbridge News: L-r Bethan Bristow, aged 15, Chloe Taylor, aged 15, Lottie Taylor, aged 13, Talulla Wheatley, aged 16, Jack Sanders, aged 16, Tom Packer, aged 15, Sophina Heritage, aged 13, Bobbie Hemmings, aged 15. Front Joe Pollard, aged 14. Buy photo: 071418M Buy this photo » L-r Bethan Bristow, aged 15, Chloe Taylor, aged 15, Lottie Taylor, aged 13, Talulla Wheatley, aged 16, Jack Sanders, aged 16, Tom Packer, aged 15, Sophina Heritage, aged 13, Bobbie Hemmings, aged 15. Front Joe Pollard, aged 14. Buy photo: 071418M

HIGH School Musical fever is set to hit a Wollaston school this week.

Young performers at Ridgewood High School in Wollaston will be staging their version of the popular phenomenon tomorrow (Tuesday February 10), Wednesday February 11 and Thursday February 12.

The story follows high school students Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez who meet at a New Year's Eve party when they are chosen to sing Start of Something New for a karaoke competition.

Music and drama teacher David Cartell said: "This show follows hot on the heels of last year's fabulous 'We Will Rock You' production.

"A cast of over 250 students have all been busy putting finishing touches to what has been a really exhausting yet ultimately rewarding and exciting show."

Performances, which start at 7pm each night, are expected to sell out.

For last minute ticket availability call the school's reception on 01384 818445.

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