Bugsy Malone Cast Help With Bag Packing to Raise Funds
WAITROSE customers were in for a surprise on Saturday when they found the cast of Bugsy Malone helping to pack their groceries with a smile and a song. Pupils from the City of Ely Community College took part in the sponsored bag pack to help raise money f
WAITROSE customers were in for a surprise on Saturday when they found the cast of Bugsy Malone helping to pack their groceries with a smile and a song.
Pupils from the City of Ely Community College took part in the sponsored bag pack to help raise money for the school production of Bugsy Malone. All of the 25 pupils took part from 10am until 4pm and ended up raising more than �910.
The college and all pupils concerned would like to thank the staff at Waitrose for their support and also all of the customers for all their amazing generosity. The play is being performed at the college on March 29, 30 and 31.
From left Joe Sedgwick, Louise Langford and Emerson Baillie from the cast of Bugsy Malone help Waitrose customers with their groceries last Saturday.
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STUDENTS from the City of Ely Community College have been rehearsing like mad for their forthcoming production of Bugsy Malone which takes place at the end of the month.
Each year the college stages one major production and the whole school gets involved with acting, singing, music and behind the scenes work.
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Bugsy Malone is based on 1920s American gangsters - but the main characters are all children and they shoot cream pies at each other instead of bullets.
The audience for each performance is being encouraged to attend in 1920s costumes to help with the atmosphere.
Bugsy Malone is being staged in the Main Hall at the College on March 29, 30 and 31, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets �6.50 adult and �4.50 Concessions/Pupils available through email@example.com .
The cast of Bugsy Malone with (front centre) Duncan Earlam as Bugsy and Scarlett East as Blousey.
Photos: HELEN DRAKE