Ellon Drama Club take final bow at academy

Pupils who played the orphans.
Pupils who played the orphans.
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Ellon Academy Drama Club’s production of the popular musical Annie was a huge success.

The three performances last week played to full houses - and the Thursday evening show was the final show in the “old building” before tbhis summer’s move to the new school campus. All of the cast, crew and backstage helpers played their part in making the production such a success.Musical director David Birse, principal teacher of music, said, “There were outstanding performances, both acting and singing, from all the principals, ably backed by an extremely strong chorus who through their lively performances, hugely contributed to the success of the show.

Left to right - Charlie Wilson (Drake), Gregor Lumsden (Mr Warbucks), Rachel Birse (Annie) and Lucy Philip (Grace Farrel).

Left to right - Charlie Wilson (Drake), Gregor Lumsden (Mr Warbucks), Rachel Birse (Annie) and Lucy Philip (Grace Farrel).

“We are very fortunate to be able to work with such superb pupils here at Ellon Academy. We look forward to seeing you all next year, but in the theatre of our new school.”