Three hard-working pupils at Rydal Penrhos received special recognition for their efforts behind the scenes in a dramatic environment.
The trio were presented with Technical Theatre Awards at the school’s Creative and Performing Arts dinner, which took place at the stunning Sixth Form Ferguson Centre on Wednesday, April 3.
Arthur Hind’s notable contribution away from the stage during the Dramatic Society production of Les Misérables received recognition at the celebration, with the selfless efforts of Aaron Sherrington also securing a prize from Senior School Head Sally Ann Harding on the night.
Rounding off the Technical Theatre Awards was Tegid Goodman-Jones, who has progressed his skills considerably during his GCSE Drama course as he continues to showcase his incredible stage presence and incredible vocal range.
Mrs Harding, said: “Those working behind the scenes on things such as lighting and sound often go overlooked, but they played a hugely significant role in ensuring our wonderful Performing Arts provision here at Rydal Penrhos continues to thrive.
“Aaron, Arthur and Tegid have all demonstrated a fantastic knowledge on how things work off stage during the academic year, and this is a great skill to have as they go through the remainder of their education and working life.
“I would like to congratulate all three on their tireless commitment and their respective Technical Theatre Awards.”