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PUBLISHED: 15:41 07 February 2017 | UPDATED: 15:41 07 February 2017

Northgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone. Stefan Attride plays the lead role of Bugsy. Picture: Hannah Alderman

Northgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone. Stefan Attride plays the lead role of Bugsy. Picture: Hannah Alderman

Hannah Alderman

A fun and energetic show with plenty of splurge guns comes to Northgate High School in Dereham later this month.

Northgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone. 
Amy Wynton is playing the role of Blousey Brown.  Picture: Hannah AldermanNorthgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone. Amy Wynton is playing the role of Blousey Brown. Picture: Hannah Alderman

Students are set to perform the musical Bugsy Malone nightly from Thursday, February 23 until Saturday, February 25.

Stefan Attride plays the lead role of Bugsy. The year 10 pupil said he was doing the play for “confidence and self-esteem”. He added: “It’s been hard work being the main character but I have had lovely people to work with and the cast is amazing.”

Amy Wynton is playing the role of Blousey Brown while George Birch has the role of Fat Sam.

Dereham Sixth Form student Ellie Mason is playing Tallulah and the role of Fizzy is being played by Year 7 student Thomas Wilson-Gotobed.

Northgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone.  George Birch has the role of Fat Sam.   Picture: Hannah AldermanNorthgate High School is performing Bugsy Malone. George Birch has the role of Fat Sam. Picture: Hannah Alderman

The shows start at 7pm each night and to find out more or book tickets contact Hannah Alderman via email halderman@ngate6.org or telephone 01362 697033.


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