For 3 nights only, rural Hampshire became the mean streets of New York in the 1920s, as Stroud School seniors put on a production of Bugsy Malone. An 85-strong cast, comprised of Years 6, 7 and 8, enjoyed entertaining parents and friends. On the final night, the audience was invited to attend in 1920s dress to coincide with the school’s 90th anniversary.
Bugsy was played by Joe and the would-be Hollywood starlet, Blousey Brown, was beautifully sung by Tara. Alex convincingly played the gangster, Fat Sam Stacetto, complete with New York accent, whilst the sultry Tallulah was portrayed by Grace. The show was a great way to help celebrate the school’s anniversary and the professionalism of the young cast was stunning.