Performing arts students held their heads up high when performing 'Les Miserables' and many other musical classics during the performance of West End to One.
The event showcased talented students from year 12 and 13 and the sell-out event attracted over 200 guests.
From 'Bugsy Malone' to 'Burlesque' – the audience was treated to an eclectic mix of numbers from iconic shows.
One of the performers was 18 year old Lucy Chinnock from Ipswich. She said, "I was in various numbers including Legally Blonde, Kinky Boots and a Motown Medley. The audience loved it and it was a full house. The highlight was everyone on the stage at the end doing a medley from Les Miserables. It was a really good experience. One has been great over the past two years for me. Next up is university."
16 year old Tia Downes from Ipswich also was involved. She said, "It was the best event (West End to One) I've been involved in. The last number from Les Miserables was really powerful. One is such a nice environment. You feel really independent here and also very supported."
17 year old Kira Bates from Stowmarket took part in a number of numbers. She said, "It went really well. The audience got involved and felt the emotion. I love it at One. It is very different to high school. It has helped build my confidence. After One I'm looking at university or moving to London and hope to become an actress."
Performing Arts Co-ordinator, Lois Hinsley, said, "The pressure was on as their performances at this show forms part of their final course marks, but when the pressure is on, they always deliver. All in all, this was the perfect way to end the year on a high. We are very proud of all the students that took part."