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Saint Felix Celebrates
November 30, 2022

House shout 2022

Another memorable and fun House Shout event took place last Thursday at Saint Felix. 

Previous House Shouts have always been hugely popular with pupils, staff and parents alike and this year’s show didn’t disappoint. Weeks of rehearsals paid off as pupils performed “Shouts” plus ensemble and solo pieces with a “Rock Anthem” theme within their House groups – giving an opportunity for all children – seasoned and less practiced combined – to give their all to gain points for their Houses in front of their peers, staff members and parents.

Winners: Rowell performed “Eye of the Tiger” (Survivor) as their Shout. Skye Staniforth sung the solo
“With or without you” (U2) and the ensemble was “You give love a bad name”  (Bon Jovi). Alfie Bold accompanied the ensemble and the Shout. The ensemble was: Ben Every, Harry Tansley, Harry Hodgson, Letitzia Turrisi, Henry Foskett and Julian Lyttleton.

Judge: Tom Appleton – a conductor and arts consultant  based in Bury St Edmunds. CEO and Artistic Director of Jubilee Opera, Director of Music at Aldeburgh Music Club and Guest Conductor of the Bury Bach Choir. Tom currently works as a consultant for the Britten Sinfonia’s Creative Learning Department.

Another sparkling evening of entertainment from the senior school students, embracing this year’s Rock Anthems theme. It was a tough job for the Judge, Tom Appleton, who had to make some difficult and sometimes controversial decisions. It was a very close call indeed but the students rocked it! All in all a great fun event, showcasing the many talents of our students! And a special mention goes out to Mr McLean who presided over the event as the host with his customary wit and charm!

Rebecca Knight, Head of Perfomance

Follow the link below to the Saint Felix YouTube channel and the House Shout 2022 Playlist to watch and hear some great footage from the event:

Ensemble performers as follows:

Rowell – You Give Love a Bad Name

Ben Every, Harry Hodgson, Harry Tansley, Letizia Turrisi, Henry Foskett, Julian Lyttelton, and Alfie Bold on drums

Edmond – Song 2

Rufus Carr, Charlotte Sanford, Isla Webster, Rose Webster, Toby Holder

Pemberton – Summer of ’69

Alice Barker-Harrison, Flora Macmillan, Grace Holmes, Scarlett Williams

Kay – Girlfriend

Liberty-Moon Hallaq, Reya Arjan, Thavisha Rose, Lennart Boehme, Ronnie Lartey, Archie Lartey

With thanks to:

Compere: Ian McClean

Musical support: Holly Playle

AV support: Natasha Harlock