King's College students are warming up their vocal chords for the all-singing show Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
This will be the second time the school has staged a production of the Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice musical-based on the Bible story of Joseph and the coat of many colours from the Book of Genesis.
Year nine student James Philpot, who will play the titular role, said it was good for the school community to produce a show each year.
"It's fun to work with other people who have the same interests as you and it's good we have enough to put on a great show," Philpot said.
"There are lots of people backstage, helping out on lights and sound, and in the orchestra.
"Everyone has different gifts and talents and interests, it's good to feed those."
Year 11 student Sean Manozho said the rehearsals were all coming together ahead of the opening night.
"During the first couple of weeks I was a bit scared, but after an extended rehearsal then it all started coming together and I thought 'we will be alright, it will be great'," Manozho said.
"When I start my song I go into an Elvis Presley groove, it will surprise people.
"I find the show really enjoyable and it helps older students connect with young students.
"I think it's something senior students should take part in."
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is on at King's College Auditorium, Balmoral Road, from Thursday 12 to Saturday, September 14 starting at 7.30pm each night. Tickets are available through Trybooking.com.
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