Children at Shoreham Beach Primary school are set to perform ‘Snoopy – The Musical’.
The show features some of Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts characters, including Woodstock, Linus and Peppermint Patty.
A total of 55 children from Years Three to Six will be taking part, acting, singing, tap dancing and doing backstage roles such as lighting and sound.
Bobby Wright, nine, said: “All the hard work has definitely paid off – Snoopy is great!”
Miss Woodman, headteacher, director and dance choreographer, said: “The show which features 15 songs does not really tell a story. We meet the characters as they move through a year, sharing their hopes, dreams and childhood worries in a humorous and sometimes poignant way.”
“The songs in the show are beautiful, and one in particular fits perfectly with our school vision and ethos – ‘Don’t Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be!’”
Angelica Lee-Hatala, nine, said: “It has been really nice to work with children from other year groups in our school and support the younger ones.
“But most of all I have loved speaking in an American accent!”
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