Everyone's favourite creepy and crazy family took to the stage at Broadoak.

A frighteningly funny and fresh production of The Addams Family was a lively spectacle over two nights.

Talented young performers from Broadoak Academy also played matinee performances for students from the academy's feeder primary schools.

An impressive 30 year 7-10 students made up the cast and crew, spending hours of their own time in rehearsals since November to provide the eccentric and unconventional show.

The musical comedy centres around the bizarre and macabre Addams family, who dance on the graves of their ancestors to raise them from the dead.

The plot involves the love story of Wednesday Addams and an ordinary boy named Lucas.

Year 8 student Eden Lee-Booker played Wednesday, who's fully grown and in love with sweet Lucas Beineke played by Cooper Hodder from the same year.

Wednesday confides in her father, Gomez, and requests him not to disclose her secret romance to her mother.

Gomez Addams, performed by Year 9 student Oscar Smith, finds himself in the challenging situation of keeping a secret from his beloved wife Morticia, depicted by Year 10's Scarlett Davidson.

They host a dinner for Lucas and his parents, promising an evening of unpredictable events.

Weston Mercury: An impressive 30 year 7-10 students made up the cast and crew

Head of performing arts at Broadoak, Naomi Aves said: "We totally have the best job!

"Seeing these incredible young talents develop from the initial auditions, through countless rehearsals, to the final performance is a unique experience.

"The cast and crew, composed of students from different years, have evolved to become more than a cohesive team, they've turned into a family.

"That’s right…The Addams Family!"

Broadoak Academy and its performing arts department hope that this experience will foster furthering confidence and resilience amongst their students, moulding them into well-rounded individuals.