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A pirate’s life for me and me and me. . .

PUBLISHED: 16:05 13 August 2008 | UPDATED: 09:46 12 August 2010

Bromley
06-08-08
St George C of E School, Tylney Rd, Bromley
Children's Pirate theatre production
l/r, pirates, serpent & Hook
Oscar Clark, Matthew Barrowes, Alfie Adshead, Joshua Gallagher, Felix Spoor

Bromley 06-08-08 St George C of E School, Tylney Rd, Bromley Children's Pirate theatre production l/r, pirates, serpent & Hook Oscar Clark, Matthew Barrowes, Alfie Adshead, Joshua Gallagher, Felix Spoor

MINI musical stars became mermaids and pirates at a summer holiday drama workshop. The group of four to eight-year-olds put on the show at St George s School in Tylney Road, Bromley.

MINI musical stars became mermaids and pirates at a summer holiday drama workshop.

The group of four to eight-year-olds put on the show at St George's School in Tylney Road, Bromley.

In the performance, swashbuckling pirates meet beautiful mermaids after boarding The Jammy Dodger and voyaging to a tropical island of lush sandy beaches, dense undergrowth and Caribbean-infused rhythms.


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