Rydal Penrhos’ most passionate artists, musicians and performers will be rewarded for their exceptional efforts at a special event this week.
A host of awards will be distributed throughout the second annual Creative and Performing Arts dinner, which will be held at the newly refurbished Sixth Form Ferguson Centre on Wednesday, April 3.
Awards will be given to those that have shown exceptional application and commitment throughout the academic year under the dedicated support of staff across all Art, Drama and Music departments.
There will also be a delicious meal to enjoy courtesy of Rydal Penrhos’ catering providers Holroyd Howe.
It has been another memorable year of events, which was highlighted by the Dramatic Society production of Les Misérables wowing audiences over three sold-out evenings.
The Speech and Drama department held their S&D Presents and Comedy Night, both of which were a roaring success, in addition to grading triumph from Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and LAMDA assessments and some notable achievements from the recent Chester Festival.
It is a busy time for the Art department, with each pupil benefitting enormously from the experience and vision of department head Mark Sherrington and teacher Suzy Morris, which has been a huge contributing factor in some sensational creations that have brought a great deal of colour to all areas of the school.
Director of Music Pete Williams, said: “Everyone that has made an impression on stage or otherwise deserves recognition for their considerable efforts, and this is something we aim to do at the dinner.
“You only had to witness the recent Les Misérables production to see just how much talent we have here at Rydal Penrhos, and my colleagues do a fantastic job of inspiring their creativity and helping them to realise their immense potential.”