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    Tour Dates

    2011 ARBROATH ROCK CHALLENGE DAY 1

    Webster Theatre 7pm Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

    ARBROATH ACADEMY, Arbroath, Angus: the Tayside Police Award for Choreography, the Tayside Police Award for Performance Skill, the Angus Council Award for Set Design and Staging, the Tayside Police Award for Entertainment, the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, the Angus Council Award for Performers' Choice, the Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Award for Student Leadership, and overall FIRST Place

    BRECHIN HIGH SCHOOL, Brechin, Angus: the Tay FM Award for Soundtrack, the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Concept Originality, and the Award for Healthy Lifestyle

    CARNOUSTIE HIGH SCHOOL, Carnoustie, Angus (New school): the Angus Council Award for Costume Design, and the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Concept Interpretation

    WEBSTER'S HIGH SCHOOL, Kirriemuir, Angus: the Angus Council Award for Hair and Make-Up Design, the Tayside Police Award for Drama Skills, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew, the Tega Award for Lighting Design, the Tayside Police Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, and overall SECOND Place

    THEMES

    ARBROATH ACADEMY
    "The Final Breath"

      Our Rock Challenge entry will take you through Jane's body, showing you how the cancer she suffers from dominates not only her lungs but also her whole life. After attacking her lungs it multiplies all through her body - it seems as though the cancer is victorious but has it won? Cancer affects everybody but how will it affect Jane?

    BRECHIN HIGH SCHOOL
    "It Could Be You..."

      Severe issues such as bullying and domestic violence can happen to anyone, regardless of their "label". Sadly, such circumstances can often lead to suicide. Our production focusses on two issues and shows how easy it for pupils to believe suicide is a way out. Hopefully the message "help is at hand" is also loud and clear.

    CARNOUSTIE HIGH SCHOOL
    "Help Our Heroes"

      A story of one of the many heroes that get injured in combat and the effect that it has on everyday life for himself and his loved ones. A modern-day love story

    WEBSTER'S HIGH SCHOOL
    "Game of Life"

      Welcome to the game of life. Many children are subjected to drugs, peer pressure and bullying every day in the UK with sometimes devastating consequences. It's up to you to decide which path you follow. Do you make your own choices - or let your peers make them for you? After all, it's your life .... and it's your game.