Royal School for the Deaf Derby presents “Grease”

This year the Royal School for the Deaf, Derby has decided to change the way they do drama.  Grease will be presented as an outdoor musical show and will be captioned for the very first time.  The staff offered the students 8 musical to choose from for this year’s drama, and they unanimously selected “Grease”.

For many of the students this is their second show, as they performed in a professional theatre for their production of Romeo and Juliet.  They are now expanding their skills to the outdoor stage – will their talents ever cease?

The show will raise money for Genesis Research Trust who raise funds for the largest UK-based collection of scientists and clinicians researching the causes and cures for conditions that affect the health of women and babies.  Genesis Research Trust supports women and babies that are born seriously ill or have a disability.

If you would like to come along to the Royal School for the Deaf and help support their students, the show takes place on Thursday 9th July at 7 pm or on Friday 10th July at 11 am.