Cromer pupils set off on an amazing Arabian Adventure in their end-of-term production
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A 54-strong cast of budding actors at Cromer Junior School will be taking audiences on an Arabian adventure, in their production of Ali Baba and the Bongo Bandits.
The whole of Year 6 was involved in the musical play, with those not taking acting roles helping out backstage with lighting, sound and props.
Produced and directed by Year 6 teachers Jonathan Amies and Emma Petersen, the show is set in the ancient city of Old Baghdad, where chaos reigns and Sultan Pepper's royal ruby and daughter Princess Satsuma have vanished.
Featuring characters including Booboo the monkey and Humphrey the crazy camel, it will be performed to an audience of parents, friends and fellow pupils.
Mr Amies said: 'A lot of Year 6 is about doing well academically, so this brings children's time at primary school to an exciting climax and gives them a chance to do something creative.'
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