Disco Inferno: First Bishop's Stortford High School production in two years
Tickets are available for The Bishop's Stortford High School's latest production.
This week students in all year groups at the London Road secondary are rolling back the decades to the 1970s for Disco Inferno.
Friday night's show is sold out, but seats are still available for the Wednesday and Thursday (Nov 17 and 18) performances, priced £11 for adults and £8 for students and concessions.
The curtain goes up at 7pm for the school's first production in two years because of Covid-19.
This musical tells the story of an ambitious singer and his desire to make it in showbusiness, and features an "explosion" of hit songs.
The drama, singing and dancing will be accompanied by the school's very own pit band playing the songs that defined a generation.
The cast includes Teddy Pope as Jack, Freddie Hardie as Marmalade, Grace Allerton, Finn Lihoreau, Laurie Chapman, Aaron Mehmet, Emma Ballard, Tom Woods, Igor Bogdanowicz and Adam Cooper.