Bede’s Hosts Glittering Cabaret Event

11 Dec 2019 | Bede's |
11 Dec 2019 |
Bede's

Bede’s Senior School in Upper Dicker once again hosted its much-anticipated Cabaret event last week, welcoming close to 1,000 guests – including parents, staff, alumni and members of the local community – on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 December.

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Cabaret 2019 at Bede’s Senior School

With a cast and crew of well over 100 pupils showcasing their extraordinary talents on stage and behind the scenes, this year’s production exceeded even the highest expectations.

The school’s Multi-Purpose Hall was once again transformed into a glittering dinner-and-dance concert venue, this year with a Winter Wonderland theme to complement the festive set list. Audiences were treated to a range of music and dance performances covering a range of genres from musical theatre and pop to jazz and orchestral.

Mr Robert Scamardella, Director of Music at Bede’s, comments, “All three concerts were an absolute joy to watch, and everyone could not help but join in with the singing and dancing towards the end!

“A huge thank you must go to all involved in making the event such a success, most importantly to our talented pupils, whose hard work in rehearsals and professionalism throughout each performance cannot be faulted. Many congratulations to all.”


About Bede's

Bede's is a coeducational independent school for 13-19 year olds.

The School is set in 140 beautiful acres of the Sussex Downs and is situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Scientific Interest.

Our current student roll is 750, with over 300 of our students boarding at one of our 5 stunning boarding houses which were recognised by the Institute of Chartered Surveyors in 2013 for their Outstanding Design and Innovation.

Bede's is a place where every pupil is truly treated as an individual and where we enrich young people in a holistic way - not only for success in the material sense but in ways which enable them to flourish meaningfully, as rounded human beings.

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