Noah rocks!

Wolverhampton Grammar School student Noah Key bagged a prestigious Olivier Award as one of the cast members of the West End production of ‘School of Rock’.

Noah, who is no stranger to the London stage with credits including ‘Les Miserables’, ‘The Sound of Music’ and ‘Elf’, is a music scholar at the school and manages to fit his study around his performances. He attended the star-studded ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall and was delighted to be chosen to make the acceptance speech for the Outstanding Achievement in Music award on behalf of the cast. The musical, which is proving to be a runaway success, is based on the cult film, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The Wolverhampton schoolboy, who lives in Bridgnorth, said, “It was such an amazing night! Nerve-racking… but the best night of my life!”


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