The first performance of Daisy Pulls It Off took place last night and was a resounding success: the feedback from the audience was excellent.
There are still a few tickets left for tonight’s performance – please visit the Upper School Office at some point today or come along tonight so that you don’t miss out!
Ms Collins and the cast and crew of Daisy Pulls It Off were in school rehearsing all weekend and the show is coming together. This is always an exciting – if slightly fraught – time as all the hard work starts to pay off and you start to see a polished performance emerge.
Tickets are going fast, however, and so if you don’t have one, you’ll have to move quickly!
Don’t miss out…
There’s been huge demand for tickets for Daisy Pulls It Off : Wednesday night is almost completely sold out and Thursday’s tickets are going fast. Make sure you don’t miss out – get your tickets now!
Tickets for this term’s Senior School Production of Daisy Pulls It Off, directed by Lee Collins, will be available from Tuesday 24th November.
Students can pick up their tickets from The Temple at lunchtimes – look out for the sales table at the start and end of lunch.
Parents and visitors can collect tickets from the Upper School Office.
Tickets are free for Harrow Hong Kong students and staff, and cost HK$40 for parents and visitors. Payment for tickets must be by cheque, payable to Harrow International School Foundation Ltd. All proceeds will go to charity.
For further details, please click here.
Don’t forget to watch the trailer:
Please view the trailer for the Senior School Production of Daisy Pulls It Off below:
(Trailer created by Timofey in Year 10.)
Tickets will be on sale from 23rd November. Further details to follow.
Rehearsals for the Senior School Production of Daisy Pulls It Off, directed by Ms Collins, have continued all term, and the performance dates (2nd and 3rd December) are approaching fast.
Tickets will be available in the next couple of weeks, so keep checking back here for details. In the meantime, here are some images from the rehearsals.
As we approach the end of the first half of term, here is a round-up of what’s been happening in the Drama Department: