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    Tour Dates

    2011 HULL SENIOR ROCK CHALLENGE
    Hull Ice Arena - Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 (Hull schools only)

    ANDREW MARVELL BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE COLLEGE, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Humberside Police Lifestyle Award for Staging, the Humberside Police Award for Spirit of Rock Challengeģ, and overall FIRST Place

    ARCHBISHOP SENTAMU ACADEMY, Kingston-upon-Hull (Premier School showcase performance): the Patrick Frost Foundation Award for Stage Crew, and a number of Awards of Excellence

    KELVIN HALL SCHOOL, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Humberside Police Authority Performers' Choice Award, the Andrew Marr International Award for Video Performance, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Make-up Design, the High Sheriffs' and Humberside Police Tribune Trust Award for Set Design, the TEGA Award for Lighting Design, and overall SECOND Place

    KINGSWOOD COLLEGE OF ARTS, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Humberside Police Authority Award for Concept Interpretation, and the Humberside Police Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness

    MALET LAMBERT SCHOOL LANGUAGE COLLEGE, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Choreography, the Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust Award for Drama Skills, the ARCO Award for Performance Skill, and overall THIRD Place

    NEWLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Mathematics and Computing College, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Aunt Bessie's Award for Hair Design

    NORTHCOTT SPECIAL SCHOOL, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Soundtrack, and the Humberside Police Authority Award for Costume Design

    WINIFRED HOLTBY SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Kingston-upon-Hull: the Humberside Police Federation Award for Entertainment, and the KC Award for Concept Originality

    THEMES

    ANDREW MARVELL BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE COLLEGE
    "Chaotic Harmony"

      In the beginning, the three most powerful Gods worked harmoniously to create a utopia - until the humans lost their faith - the Gods turned on the humans and then each other - and chaos ensued. Our performance strives to show that only with co-operation and understanding can balance be restored.

    ARCHBISHOP SENTAMU ACADEMY
    "Atonement"

      Welcome to our divergent street; our dysfunctional society. Troubled Jack and widowed Jordan live next door yet miles apart - each trapped in their own versions of a happier past. A chance encounter throws them together; reconciliation follows - the past laid to rest - the future brighter. Follow our story and you too could open your eyes to a sense of Atonement.

    KELVIN HALL SCHOOL
    "Loveís Young Nightmare"

      We first meet our lead characters Lily and Damien as they are crowned Prom King and Queen. During their journey home through the forbidden forest, the complexities of teen romance are revealed. Is Damien who Lily thought, or has her naive devotion put her in danger? As the forest demons emerge we ask the question who can you really trust?

    KINGSWOOD COLLEGE OF ARTS
    "Not a Beautiful Nightmare"

      Viciously tormented by faceless cyber bullies or living through your childhood nightmares; which would be the better option? Josh begins to wonder if he will ever have the courage to face his cyber demons: or will this be one nightmare he canít wake up from?

    MALET LAMBERT SCHOOL LANGUAGE COLLEGE
    "History Repeating..."

      Open a newspaper... what do you see? The same stories, repeating over and over: celebrity scandal, soldiers killed in Afghanistan, youth culture - the culture of blame and not to mention the struggle with the recession. "Doesn't affect me" - is that what you are thinking? Think again, history repeats itself and itís bound to affect you at some point.

    NEWLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING COLLEGE
    "A Womanís Work"

      Somewhere in the world, at sometime, on any given day there is a woman or a girl striving to make the best of her life, and striving for her right to that life. Whether her fight is for respect, equal pay, sexual equality or just basic happiness. Everyone including women have the right to these basic Human Rights.

    NORTHCOTT SPECIAL SCHOOL
    "Pure Imagination"

      S In a world thatís driven by technology, will your imagination disappear? Join Sam as he overloads on computer games until he is finally reminded of the beauty and creativity of his own imagination. Join Sam and Super Mario as they rediscover the toy box and the world of play that lies within ... it's pure imagination!

    WINIFRED HOLTBY SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE
    "So what are you afraid of?"

      Are you afraid of storms, snakes, fire, spiders or clowns? What are phobias and where do they come from? Is it just are own imagination or are they justified? There are often two sides to every story. We look at some common fears and anxieties and the flip side to each. We see that what one person fears, another person may enjoy. So what are you afraid of?