Gangsters, love and music in the Cártama theatre

They’ve done it again! The students at Novaschool Sunland International left family and friends amazed after their performance at the Cartama theatre on 6 April. This year’s musical was a Bugsy Malone, a poignant gangster story set in 1920s New York, during the prohibition.

The principal, Rachel Evans, was the master of ceremonies and led way to the musical, which was interpreted, orchestrated and decorated by the Secondary students with great help from Rachel Evans in the performance and stage and Helen Baker in the musical direction.

Once again, family members were delighted proven by the huge round of applause given at the end of the performance. A project of this magnitude requires a serious commitment and continuous hard work that our students took on with responsibility and enthusiasm. Not surprisingly, the Novaschool Sunland International musical has become one of the most anticipated events throughout the educational community each year. Congratulations to everyone for such an excellent job!!