Academy pupils tell story of the Johnstone twins

PUBLISHED: 17:00 20 June 2014

Dress rehearsal of Blood Brothers, The Kings of Wessex Academy Cheddar.

Dress rehearsal of Blood Brothers, The Kings of Wessex Academy Cheddar.


A PRODUCTION of Blood Brothers will be performed by students from a Somerset academy.

Dress rehearsal of Blood Brothers, The Kings of Wessex Academy Cheddar.Dress rehearsal of Blood Brothers, The Kings of Wessex Academy Cheddar.

The year nine pupils from The Kings Of Wessex Academy in Cheddar will tell the story of the Johnstone twins, Mickey and Eddie, who were separated at birth but become friends in childhood.

Year 12 drama student Jo Hill is directing the production.

The show will be held at the King’s Theatre on the school’s grounds in Station Road on July 1 and 2 at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £3-4, are available from the academy’s main office.

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