Students get in on the act

Actors from Bamboozle Theatre Company put on a special performance of their magical ‘Firebird’ show at Nottingham’s Sutherland House School, giving students the chance to take part.

The theatre group are known for their fully immersive performances that give children the chance to engage, take part and find their own talents. Many of the youngsters they work with aren’t always able to speak or express themselves and the shows are designed to give children and young people a voice.

During this performance at the city centre school, each student was able to be involved in at least one part of the show. What’s more, at the end of the show, the whole school took part in an impressive group performance.

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