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    Tour Dates

    Portsmouth Guildhall - Friday, April 29th, 2011

    ALAMEDA MIDDLE SCHOOL, Ampthill, Bedfordshire: the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Wellbeing Award for Lighting Design, the Portsmouth City Council Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Make-up Design, the Global Rock Challenge Award for Soundtrack, and overall SECOND Place

    CHURCHILL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOOL AND SIXTH FORM COLLEGE, Churchill, North Somerset: the Sew n So Award for Costume Design, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Choreography, the Hampshire Health, Personal Development and Well-being Performers' Choice Award, the Hampshire County Council Award for Set Design, and overall FIRST Place

    GEORGE ABBOT SCHOOL, Guildford, Surrey: the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Hair Design, the ACRO Award for Staging, the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth's Charity Appeal Award for Performance Skill, and overall THIRD Place

    MILTONCROSS SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Concept Interpretation, and the ACRO Award for Stage Crew

    PORTSMOUTH COLLEGE, Portsmouth, Hampshire: the DAX Printing Award for Concept Originality, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Entertainment, and the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Video Performance

    PRINCES RISBOROUGH SCHOOL, Aylesbury, Berkshire: the Portsmouth City Council Award for Drama Skills


    ALAMEDA MIDDLE SCHOOL, Ampthill, Bedfordshire
    "The Butterfly Lovers"

      Zhu disguises herself as a boy to attend school, falls in love with Liang and, inseparable, vow to meet again. Zhu reveals her true identity. The pair request marriage, but Zhu is already promised to another. Liang, broken-hearted, dies. On Zhu’s wedding day, she jumps into Liang’s grave. Heaven weeps and transforms them into butterflies to fly together for eternity.

    "Curiouser and Curiouser"

      Lost in the forest, Alice sees a White Rabbit hurrying by. Curiously Alice follows, her adventure begins. The Rabbit leads Alice to the Mad Hatter's tea party where she is welcomed to Wonderland by all but the evil Queen of Hearts and her card army. Waking up, Alice realises it has all been a dream ... or has it?

    GEORGE ABBOT SCHOOL, Guildford, Surrey
    "Enter the Circus"

      In our media culture, where society has become more fame obsessed, do we make the right choices or are we drawn into the hype and hysteria? Media has led us to believe that a person is nothing without celebrity status. We explore what happens when greed and material gain get the better of us as we 'Enter the Circus'.

    MILTONCROSS SCHOOL, Portsmouth, Hampshire

      In a society where recession means many are facing poverty, manipulated by a wicked stepmother, a Father unwittingly betrays his neglected children. He leads them into the Forest and into the path of the murderous Woodcutter. The Gingerbread house appears as though it will be the children's salvation but has hunger blinded them to the dangers that lie ahead?

    PORTSMOUTH COLLEGE, Portsmouth, Hampshire
    "The Impossible Dream"

      On the 8th of January years ago, a boy was born the world would know. Selling millions of records, he was "The King": with an eight-octave voice, he couldn't half sing. Coming from poverty but daring to dream, his gyrating hips made the girls scream. But fame proved costly to his health and art; dying aged 42 - a broken heart.

    PRINCES RISBOROUGH SCHOOL, Aylesbury, Berkshire

      On the day that Chamberlain announces that Britain is at war with Germany, a young man has visions of the horros that he will face. A soldier returns from the past to help him find the hero within.