JOSEPH took centre stage at Solihull School.
More than 150 pupils performed in the hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, which even featured an Elvis-inspired Pharaoh.
More than 1,600 watched the performance over the course of its five day run in the school’s Bushell Hall.
Director Lisa Fair said: “It was an honour to work with a talented group of young people, whose energy and passion excelled in every performance.
“A huge effort was made by all pupils in the cast, band, make-up, theatre design and production team, so thank you all for your hard work and dedication.”
David EJJ Lloyd, headmaster at Solihull School, said: “It was an outstanding performance from all cast members and an incredible effort from the crew and band members for putting on an excellent show.
“The production demonstrates a diverse range of talents at our school and I am immensely proud of all pupils involved.”