Ricky Recorder December 2017
Three in a Row for Rickmansworth at the Hertfordshire Sports Awards
William Golding’s The Lord of the Flies
A plane crashes on a deserted island. The only survivors are a group of school boys. They live in a land of bright exotic birds and dark blue seas, but at night their dreams are inhabited by a terrifying beast. But before long this well behaved group has turned into a bloodthirsty, murderous tribe... Rickmansworth School is delighted to be presenting Nigel Williams's stage adaptation of William Golding’s first published novel. The modern classic, perhaps the greatest English post- war novel, and Golding himself said the book was “lamenting the lost childhood of the world.” Rehearsals are continuing apace, and the production will run for three performances at the end of January 2018. Opening night is Friday 26th at 7pm, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm and the final evening performance on Saturday 27th at 7pm. Tickets will be release via the TryBooking system (available on the School website) in the New Year. Lord of the Flies is a
We are delighted to announce that for the third year in a row, Rickmansworth School were winners of the Secondary School of the Year at the Hertfordshire Service to Sport Awards 2017. The awards, now in their fourteenth year, celebrate sporting excellence throughout the county and were presented at a ceremony at the University of Hertfordshire in November. Simon White, Rafferty Gunn and Kate Townsend from the PE department were at the ceremony to collect the award.
Rickmansworth School Presents
Lord of the Flies
adapted for the stage by Nigel Williams based on the novel by William Golding
Friday 26th, 7pm Saturday 27th, 2pm matinee Saturday 27th, 7pm
Further details of how to book tickets for these performances will be released soon.
Mrs Curtis, Head of Drama
The Ricky Recorder Issue 47 – December 2017
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