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         Hymers College @Hymers_College: The Year 6 Choir performed superbly in the
Great Hall of Edinburgh Castle.
   Sweeney Todd Production
Hymers College @Hymers_College:
Congratulations to Rachel Wheatley for gaining a place in the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.
  December saw four consecutive evening performances of our school production, Sweeney Todd. In our version, the action took place in an impoverished post-war setting of 1960’s London, where crime and corruption were rife and the lines between law and injustice blurred.
Students worked incredibly hard over the weeks leading up to the production, their dedication and commitment were continuously reflected as they performed such an authentic rendition of Sweeney Todd.
A massive thank you goes out to staff and students, both in the spotlight and behind the scenes, for working extremely hard to ensure the production was a success.
Carols at Hull Royal Infirmary
Hymers College @Hymers_College: The Senior School Christmas Concert was a
success with 150 performers taking part.
 Our Senior Choir visited Hull Royal Infirmary’s Elderly Assessment Unit before the Christmas break to help get the patients into the festive spirit. The choir performed a variety of carols and their own arrangement of
‘All I Want For Christmas’, with Fergus Murphy and Mrs Cook providing the musical accompaniment.
Our students thoroughly enjoyed performing and look forward to the next opportunity to entertain members of the community.
Hymers College @Hymers_College:
Congratulations to Seb Williman for making it through to the semi-final of BrassPass’ Young Brass Award 2019.
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