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Grease: The One That You Want

Grease 2019

A big thank you to everyone who came to support this years show we are very grateful and proud of everyone involved. Below is an article written by one of our Senior Pupils. It also contains some pictures from the show. The full photo album can be found at

Summer Showcase

Face The Music are performing a Musical Showcase on Thursday 4th of July at 7.30pm in the Hall. It’s a one-act concert with solos from the pupils involved in Face The Music including a little preview from our next show, Grease. The pupils have chosen the songs from a wide array of musicals so there is bound to be something for everybody. Tickets are only £5 for Adults and £3 for concessions. A perfect way to round of the term! Tickets can be purchased on the door.

St Machar Carol Service

The annual Carol Service is taking place on Monday the 17th of December at St Machar’s Cathedral at 7.30pm. It promises to be a very festive evening with performances from the String Orchestra, Junior Choir, Senior  Choir, and Show Choir.

Seating at this event is very limited therefore tickets need to be obtained in advance. They are free and can be collected from the school office, with a maximum of four per person. 

We Will Rock You

Face The Music presents the Queen musical We Will Rock You. It promises to be a great show featuring the music of Queen. Get your tickets now before they sell out.

Annual Autumn Concert

On Wednesday the 10th of October the Annual Concert will take place in the main hall at 7.30pm. Featuring performances from a wide range of musical groups in the school. Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for conc and they can be purchased on the door.


Face The Music Showcase

Tickets are now on sale for the Face The Music Showcase. Face The Music are putting on the Showcase night to show off some of the talent we have within our cast as well as some surprise performances. The Showcase is on Thursday the 5th of July at 7.30pm in the school hall. Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for concessions. It will be a really good nights entertainment and a nice way to round off the last week of term. The funds raised will go towards We Will Rock You in November.

If you would like tickets they will be available on the door, or they will be on sale in school to pupils at break and lunch outside the main hall.

Actress Annie Wallace Visits Pupils

We would like to give Annie Wallace a big thank you for giving up her time to come and speak to some of our pupils. She gave a really good talk on her career in the industry and gave out some really useful advice and answered questions from our pupils. Everyone enjoyed the talk and found it very interesting. We look forward to seeing her on our screens again soon!

Actress and Former Pupil Annie Wallace to Visit School

The actor, Annie Wallace, has volunteered to come and do a free talk to students at the Grammar on Monday 28th May. She has starred in Eastenders and Hollyoaks and is famous for being one of the first transgender actors to be nominated for a TV Soap award. She is up headlining the Pride Parade in Aberdeen on the 26th of May. An interesting fact is that she is an ex-Grammar pupil. Her talk will be about how to get into the performing arts industry and challenges she has overcome being transgender. She will also be taking some questions from the pupils.

We are looking forward to meeting her. If there are any pupils who would be interested in coming along to her talk please speak to your Drama teacher.


Here is a link to her website to find out more about her

Spring Concert

The annual spring concert is on tomorrow evening in the school hall. The concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets can be purchased on the door at £5 for adults and £3 for concessions. The concert features a large number of pupils from across the school with performances from choirs, bands, and soloists. Definitely not to be missed!

Pied Piper presents Three by Harriet Braun

The senior drama group Pied Piper presents, ‘Three’ by Harriet Braun this Wednesday and Thursday at 7.30pm in the Drama Studio. Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for concession and can be purchased on the door.

It’s a long, hot summer. Six teenagers are in various states of longing and unrequited love. A boy has a crush on the girl next door; only she’s going out with the school heartthrob. Two teenagers meet for a blind date but they’re both thinking about someone else. A shy girl with a secret makes friends with the most popular girl in her class. Only these are love stories with a difference: thanks to the inner voice trailing around after each character, we get to hear what they’re all saying and thinking. Fortunately, there’s a narrator to keep us all on track, but there’s a small problem: our narrator would much rather be on reality TV.