- Name: Noah Lewis
- Year group: Year 7
- Role: Gavroche (1 performance); Gavroche’s Gang (3 performances)
Another who has wasted no time in making an impact throughout areas of Rydal Penrhos life, Noah will be taking on the role of Gavroche during the upcoming Dramatic Society production of Les Misérables.
The Lower School pupil joined in September on a Drama and Music scholarship and has already made his presence felt, both academically and from a performing arts perspective.
He has fitted in with the Year 7 group seamlessly thanks to his approachable nature and willingness to throw himself into every opportunity, and Noah has played a leading role in events such as the Christmas Concert during his brief time as a Rydal Penrhos pupil.
His exploits on the Drums is a notable feature of his overall talent, with Noah enhancing his skills with the Conwy Youth Orchestra on a weekly basis in addition to the expert guidance he receives from Director of Music Pete Williams and other specialist staff at the school.
This culminated in a standout contribution to the Orchestra’s Christmas Concert at St Paul’s Church in Colwyn Bay, further boosting his ability to perform in a composed manner in front of a large audience.
The future looks incredibly bright for Noah in terms of how he can progress his exceptional gifts during the remainder of his time at Rydal Penrhos, given how well he has settled in in a wide range of different areas.
Gavroche is a boy who lives on the streets of Paris. His name has become a synonym for an urchin or street child.
He plays a short yet significant role in the many musical adaptations of Les Misérables, sharing the populist ideology of the Friends of the ABC and joining the revolutionaries in the June 1832 rebellion.