Pied Piper comes to Regents

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On 21st March, Year 5 students from Regents International School Pattaya put on their grandest production to date with their interpretation of the ‘The Pied Piper’.  After weeks of practice and many rehearsals, sixty-eight excited students flooded the stage with song, dance and troublesome rats, impressing the audience in the school’s Globe Theatre.

Nikki Ingram, Year 5 Leader commented, “The Year 5 pupils have worked so hard to make this a truly amazing show.  Their talent and enthusiasm have been brilliant from start to finish and we are so proud of them.  We really do think this is the best ever Primary School production!”

Part of the cast prepare for their scenes.Part of the cast prepare for their scenes.

Nonie Adams, Head of Primary, commented, “Participating in a production such as this one not only encourages teamwork alongside developing individual talents and interests; it also gives children the forum through which to develop presentation and public speaking skills, personal confidence and risk-taking.  The benefits of engaging in the performing arts last far longer than the life-span of the actual production.”

The Pied Piper proudly recites her lines.The Pied Piper proudly recites her lines.

One of the many troublesome rats of Hamelin.One of the many troublesome rats of Hamelin.

The Mayor of Hamelin is summoned to sort the rubbish.The Mayor of Hamelin is summoned to sort the rubbish.

The rat pack hits the town of Hamelin.The rat pack hits the town of Hamelin.

Students flood the stage for a full production song.Students flood the stage for a full production song.