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House Drama awards presented

Thu, Mar 7th, 2024
Worth School

Worth’s talented actors were acknowledged with the presentation of House Drama awards.

The competition took place in January, when nine Houses took part, with the boys of Rutherford House lifting the second annual House Drama trophy. The event was judged by professional actor Bryony Corrigan, who is particularly known for My Lady Jane, The Walk-In and Good Omens.

In assembly this week additional trophies were presented for best actor; best ensemble; most creative use of a prop, for a reimagining of Al Pachino’s last stand in the film Scarface; best costume, which was Henry VIII in the winning performance; and best team member, for someone who stepped in at the last moment.

Congratulations to all our winners.

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A fabulous evening of entertainment

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