Oliver Twist show leaves pupils calling for more

11:40 18 June 2014

Axminster Community Primary School pupils join the cast of Oliver Twist

Axminster Community Primary School pupils join the cast of Oliver Twist

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Youngsters at Axminster Community Primary School enjoy a performance of the Charles Dickens’ classic story

Youngsters at Axminster Community Primary School were left shoutrng for “more” when M&M Theatre Productions performed the Charles Dickens’ classic Oliver Twist in the hall last week. A spokeswoman said the pupils, who later got to join members of the cast on stage, had very much enjoyed the show.

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