De Aston School is inviting the local community to join them for an evening of music, poetry, pantomime and song to celebrate the festive season.
Students and staff from the School will be performing at the Christmas Concert at 7.00pm on Tuesday 17 December in the main hall.
The variety of acts includes current students who were hand-picked by teachers, along with those who have volunteered their talents.
Included in the entertainment on the night will be a short pantomime which a group of students have devised, implemented their ideas and practiced in their own time.
Also making an appearance will be talented French horn player and ex-De Aston student Adam Mucksworthy.
Adam completed his A Levels in the summer and has since been awarded a full bursary to study at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. Adam’s younger sister and current De Aston student Louise will also be performing.
Teachers Ms Greenwood and Mr Pashley have organised the event and are excited for the show:
“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to De Aston for the Christmas Concert.
“All of the students performing have worked really hard to put on a great show, so we hope everyone has a fantastic time!”
Tickets for the Christmas Concert cost £2 and are available to purchase from Reception. Proceeds raised will be used towards an upcoming whole school production of ‘We Will Rock You’. A range of festive refreshments will also be available on the night.