Scooby Doo sidekick needed

PUBLISHED: 09:15 14 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:34 25 May 2010

A GROUP of young drama students is looking for a sidekick for Scooby Doo.

A GROUP of young drama students is looking for a sidekick for Scooby Doo.

The junior class of Cheryl Rowlands School of Drama returned back to lessons on January 9 to rehearse their adaptation of Scooby Doo for a spring show in April, but they are missing a Shaggy.

Principal Cheryl Rowlands said: "The children chose Scooby Doo as part of their class activities to take on to the spring show.

"We have all the cast members, owls, trees and even a butler but no-one wants to be Shaggy for some reason."

Mrs Rowlands would like to hear from anyone who would like to take on the role of Shaggy. To find our more call 01275 818550.

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