The Barber of Seville | Theatre Royal, Norwich

The Barber of Seville was the incredible opera performed to an enthused audience at the Norwich Theatre Royall on Sunday as three Norwich schools (Mile Cross Primary School, Valley Academy & St Augustine’s ) took to the stage & performed their own inspired creations of the Barber of Seville that had been developed over several weeks with the help & guidance from a professional team of musicians & directors.
Soprano was again performed by the lovely Lynsey Docherty, while the guest Baritone spot was taken up by Philip Smith.

Should you ever have the opportunity to go and see one of the Norfolk Schools Projects then I would highly recommend it.

Norfolk Schools Project | Final Performance

On Sunday three schools from Norwich took to the stage at the Norwich Theatre Royal to perform their own unique and rather fabulous versions of the The Magic Flute..

I have watched the kids develop into wonderful performers who looked as though they felt very at home on the stage!

Below are some images from the performance on Sunday… arriving at the theatre at 10am I was able to photograph the rehearsals, enabling me to get nice and close to the action while staying on for the main performance, watching several parents have a tear or two!