Charles Baines’ kids put on show

Children at Charles Baines Primary School in Gainsborough performed their school production called Hot Dates at the Trinity Arts Centre G110722-5
Children at Charles Baines Primary School in Gainsborough performed their school production called Hot Dates at the Trinity Arts Centre G110722-5
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IMPRESSIVE pupils from Charles Baines Community Primary School in Gainsborough showed off their talent when they put on their end of year production at Trinity Arts Centre.

Their show, Hot Dates, was a rare showing of a school play in the theatre, and school bursar Carla Wray said it was a magnificent experience for them.

“The kids had such a good time putting the play on a stage outside of the school,” she said.

“The year 5 and 6 pupils put on a really good show on the night to quite a full theatre, and it was really well supported by all the parents.”

She continued: “The production was all about teachers coming back to school after the 6 week summer holidays and how they plan the following year.”

“They were reminiscing about the Christmas production and all that can go wrong with a nativity play - which was very comical and funny.”

She went on: “Everyone was laughing all the way through - especially at the scene about people bringing in out of date food for the Harvest Festival. That really struck a chord!”

Mrs Wray praised the pupils for some remarkable performances.

“They all did very well,” she said. “There were some singers in there and they all threw themselves into it.”

She added: “They have been a really great year group and they have really enjoyed their time here.”

“We would like to wish them all the best at their new school and in the future.”