Around 60 West Norfolk students brought Christmas cheer with a free Christmas concert.
The pupils from Smithdon High School in Hunstanton performed in a free concert at Hunstanton Town Hall for the local community.
“The event was a big success,” said Andrea Miller, who is Music Lead at Smithdon and directed the performance. “It was our first time holding it at the Town Hall and it looked absolutely beautiful. The staff were incredibly helpful and made the whole process so enjoyable.
“The concert itself shone a light on the talent that we have here at Smithdon and showcased our musical ability. We received such positive feedback from the community, parents and staff saying it was the best our concert has ever looked.”
Over 100 people attended the concert, which featured the debut appearance of a group of Year 7 musicians.
“The biggest highlight was our Year 7 band,” continued Miss Miller. “They performed ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ by Slade, including a singing drummer and two knee-sliding guitarists – they were truly wonderful, and an amazing first Smithdon performance.
“We also had a series of traditional Christmas carols sung by our choir, which we invited the audience to join in with, which was lovely.”