A school production is set to return following a three-year-hiatus.

Performing arts students at Prince Henry’s High School will once again be taking to the stage following a lengthy break due to the pandemic.

Following the success of ‘Our House’ in March 2020, pupils will be putting on a production of ‘We Will Rock You’.

Head of drama, Mrs Cook, said: "The cast and crew of We Will Rock You have been absolutely wonderful.

“There has been a strong passion from everyone involved in the show to bring this performance to stage and I'm so thankful for everyone’s help.

“The show is selling incredibly quickly, so I do urge anyone wishing to see the show to book as soon as they can to avoid disappointment."

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Evesham Journal: Final rehearsals are now underwayFinal rehearsals are now underway (Image: Prince Henry's)

We Will Rock You is based on the songs of British rock band Queen and the book by Ben Elton.

It tells the story of Bohemians who oppose a world where music has been banished by the Killer Queen and everyone dresses and thinks the same.

The musical features well-known Queen hits such as We are the Champions, I Want to Break Free, Another One Bites the Dust, Under Pressure, and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.  

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Final rehearsals are taking place now, with the students excited to share their hard work with audiences over four nights next week.

The show begins on Wednesday, February 8, at The Henrician on Victoria Avenue with performances each night up to and including Saturday, February 11.

For more information or to book tickets visit www.henrician.org or phone 0333 666 3366.