The talents of Paulines who regularly partake in the numerous school productions throughout the academic year have been recognised with the awarding of the Acting Prizes.
The awards recognised performances and productions from April 2016 onwards.
In the Junior category, the award for best actor in a supporting role went to Nicholas Montague-Jones for Bouncers, while Huw Kenna received the best actor in a leading role accolade, also for Bouncers.
In the Senior category, Jack Donoghue was awarded best actor in a supporting role for his performance in this term’s production of The Winterling.
The big production for the autumn term, Edward II, was also successful, with Danny Starr winning the best actor in a leading role award.
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