Elstree University Technical College students returned with a spectacular end-of-year musical showcase, featuring musical numbers from a large variety of West End productions.

The performances, which took pace on July 18 and 19, had more than 100 EUTC students working on and off stage, all of whom were working towards atleast one or more BTEC qualifications on and off stage.

Students had an opportunity to gain practical experience ranging from acting, dancing, stage management, lighting, sound, direction, production and singing, both on stage and behind-the-scenes.

Borehamwood Times:

Preparations for the hugely awaited show began months in advance and students delivered a stellar performance taking over the stage, background score, stage set-up lighting and much more.

Principal Chris Mitchell said: "Students have shown a spellbinding performance and its important to know that behind the glitz and glamour that we see on stage, lies an army of more creative professionals who all worked behind-the-scenes to make the show such a huge success. What a way to end the academic year. Well done to all."

Borehamwood Times:

With the year academic year coming to an close, the musical also marked past achievements of students and gave them an opportunity to reflect on the academic year. The evening closed to a buffet meal enjoyed by guests.