More than 50 students from Sir Thomas Boteler graced the stage to showcase their gifts of singing, acting and dancing.
The show was a collaboration of the very best musicals of all time and featured excerpts from The Greatest Showman, Grease and homage to Abba – Mamma Mia.
Seats were full to the brim as the cast put on a total of four performances, two in the day and two later on in the evening.
Drama teacher Ms Armstrong said the students worked ‘tirelessly’ to produce a ‘great’ show for their audiences.
“We are so proud of all involved,” she said.
“A huge congratulations to all our cast, stagehands, technicians, front of house, musical directors and producers of this fantastic production.
“The comments from our primary students and their staff were really positive and family members were so proud of their children.”
Ms Armstrong continued by thanking the ‘PSB group’ who served out refreshments during the performances, along with Meadowside Community Primary School who also helped to contribute to the show.
“Plus a big thank you to St Rocco’s Hospice, who donated costumes to show the importance of sustainable clothing,” she added.