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    Tour Dates

    2011 HULL JUNIOR ROCK CHALLENGE
    Hull Ice Arena - Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 (Hull schools only)
    BELLFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull (New school): the Humberside Police Lifestyle Award for Staging, the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Choreography, the Aunt Bessie's Award for Hair Design, and overall FIRST Place

    BIGGIN HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull (New school): the Humberside Police Federation Award for Concept Interpretation

    BUDE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull: the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, the High Sheriffs' and Humberside Police Award for Set Design, and overall FOURTH Place

    THE GREEN WAY PRIMARY, Kingston Upon Hull: the Award for Make-up Design, and the Andrew Marr International Award for Video Performance

    HIGHLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull (New school): the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Soundtrack, the Humberside Police Authority Award for Costume Design, and overall THIRD Place

    MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull: the Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust Award for Drama Skills

    NEWLAND ST JOHN'S CE VA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull: the KC Award for Concept Originality

    OLDFLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull: the ARCO Award for Performance Skill, the Patrick Frost Award for Stage Crew, the Humberside Police Authority Award for Entertainment, and overall SECOND Place

    SUTTON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston Upon Hull (New school): the TEGA Award for Lighting Design

    THEMES

    BELLFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Identity"

      Two children lost and unsure which way to turn. Can they find where they fit into society among many different social groups? Do they need to follow the crowd or can they be secure in their own identity? Follow our two heroines along their journey to discover where they truly belong in society.

    BIGGIN HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Anti Clockwise"

      Our journey begins in the 1920's as the older generation. We discover a time machine that takes us on a whirlwind journey to the future with a twist. As time moves forward our age reverses hence the title 'Anti Clockwise'.

    BUDE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Dorothyís Choice"

      Bored with her humdrum existence with aunt and uncle, life over the rainbow looks so interesting to Dorothy. Given the choice she knows exactly which path to choose. However, she soon discovers that appearances can be deceptive. Dorothy's desire for danger and excitement only ends up proving to her that there really is 'no place like home'.

    HIGHLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Technology takeover"

      Did you know over 2.9 billion searches are performed on Google each month? By 2013, a super computer will be built that exceeds the functions of the human brain and more than 30 billion posts are shared each month on Facebook. So what does this all mean? In our piece you will see us experiencing a technology takeover.

    MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Be careful what you wish for"

      Have you ever dreamt of being a celebrity with the paparazzi following your every move; being rich beyond your wildest dreams, owning every toy imaginable; or being the object of everyoneís affection? This is what Laura dreamt of. However when it does all become a reality, is it everything she hoped? Just remember be careful what you wish for...

    NEWLAND ST JOHNíS CE VA PRIMARY SCHOOL
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    OLDFLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Dancing through the Decades"

      Oldfleet Primary School recently celebrated its 50th birthday. Our performance is based on how music, clothes and popular culture have changed over time. Our performance will take you on a magical journey through the decades. We hope that you will enjoy experiencing the sights and sounds that made each decade special and memorable.

    SUTTON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
    "Equality"

      Sometimes we've all felt like we don't belong. Peer pressure can be hard to resist. We'd like to live in a world where we embrace each otherís differences, instead of being judgemental and making people feel small. We want to reflect what it feels like on the outside and show how we can achieve togetherness, peace and understanding.