A performing arts academy in Salisbury performed a full West End version of a popular musical at Salisbury Arts Centre.

On Saturday, June 29, students from The Pauline Quirke Academy, based at Sarum Academy, performed the full West-End version of School of Rock.

All students aged between 6 - 18 years old performed the full show and received a good luck message from West End original Dewey, David Fynn, before the performance.

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The comedy musical tells the story of Dewey Finn, who after getting kicked out of a rock band becomes a substitute teacher of a private school where he tries to turn his class into a rock band.

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The Pauline Quirke Academy is a weekend performing arts Academy providing tuition for children and young people from 4 - 18 years. Students spend three hours each session rotating through hour-long sessions in comedy & drama, musical theatre and film & television.

Students are split into groups according to their age and are taught by specialist teachers.

Principal Kayleigh said: "I am so proud of all of our students who performed School of Rock last week, each student showcased an array of talent, professionalism, kindness and support."