Author: Katharine Carradus What a delightful evening’s entertainment was in store for us all. The young cast sang their hearts out with enthusiasm and energy. One of the first things to impress me when the curtains opened was the set, it was simple, colourful and how well it worked. ‘Joseph’ with all its many parts gives an opportunity for the cast to show off their individual talents. I was very impressed with the two young ladies as the Narrators, these girls had strong clear voices, good diction and you could hear all the words which is so important, well done. Jacob played by Luke Collins looked the sensitive and gullible father that doted on Joseph. Jack McNicholas as Joseph looked confident and had good stage presence, his singing of ‘Any Dream Will Do’ was lovely, he also looked very regal when in his golden chariot. He got excellent support from all his brothers but I thought that Alex Murray as Reuben excelled, his singing of ‘Those Canaan Days’ was very special. The supporting cast had some cameo roles to play such as the Baker and Butler, well played by Bethany and Evie. Ameila Crawford and Nathan Little were well cast as the Potiphars. Daniel White as Pharaoh strutted around as ‘Elvis the King’. All the younger children were well disciplined, they worked very hard and looked as if they were all enjoying themselves. Everything about this production was first class, I thought that the costumes were excellent, so colourful and not forgetting choreography, sound, lighting and what a lovely orchestra. Well done to everyone, especially the Junior Committee for all their hard work. Thank you.