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24 September 2014

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"Romeo and Juliet"

By Pilton Community College, teacher Sheryl Arnold

Featuring Ben, Dominic, Sophie, Michael, Grace, Tom, Sophie, Meghan, Callie, Hermione, Michael, TJ, Leanne, Becky, Angharad, Jon-Joe, Sam, Adam, and Hannah.

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This photostory was created during a 60 Second Shakespeare workshop.

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Sam Ansdell
I come from Pilton Community Colledge and i thought this was a fantastic piece of imadry filming it was a classy version of a timless famous clasic by Shakespeare and it truley was superb the voice and pictures workes perfect toghther and the amount of hard work put in by the bbc was great well done and hope the bbc put more workshops like these to opertunities for children! And again Well done

Romeo's mum was the best actor there, Go finnuala!

Excellent use of stage lighting. Shame about the so called 'acting' though. Romeo was the only good actor, and she was a girl. How ridiculous.

Superb! Should be broadcast!

A great film here. Great acting from the actor playing Mercutio.

Possibly some of the worst acting I've ever heard in my life. Pictures aren't bad though. Interesting use of stage lighting.

Naomi Sykes
This was okay but it needed more expression in their voices. But you could tell what was going on and it was pretty good acting. It wasn't properly finished either...

A very modern, succinct take on a timeless classic. Superb photography and visual imagery. Well done to all involved!

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