Corsham teachers turn into pop stars

The stars were out in force last week as The Corsham School’s biennial Staff Stars In Their Eyes evening raised nearly £800 for charity.

The sold-out non-competitive event was attended by more than 350 students, parents and members of the public who witnessed staff members taking to the stage in the guises of Ziggy Stardust, One Direction, Freddie Mercury, Tom Odell and many others, in aid of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance and the RNLI.

Stu Joslin, an IT technician who appeared in and also helped to organise the event, said: ‘I don’t know where else you could see something like this for miles around.

“In the lead up to the night, the buzz around school is fantastic – it’s looked forward to greatly by everybody here and is always brilliant to be involved in."

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9:55am Wed 5 Mar 14

LANGLEY TRAPPER says...

Looks like a good night had by all. Chap on the left hand side of the picture is he one of the wurzels?
Looks like a good night had by all. Chap on the left hand side of the picture is he one of the wurzels? LANGLEY TRAPPER
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12:15pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Manxter says...

Look like a bunch of anti-fracking protesters to me. Bunch of lefties. Ziggy Stardust was Androgynous - And what did Freddie Mercury die of? Fine example to be setting to the kids.
Look like a bunch of anti-fracking protesters to me. Bunch of lefties. Ziggy Stardust was Androgynous - And what did Freddie Mercury die of? Fine example to be setting to the kids. Manxter
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12:22pm Wed 5 Mar 14

LANGLEY TRAPPER says...

Manxter.
That is not nice, these lovely people are giving all their spare time to help others and you mock, please keep your comments about Freddie Mercury to yourself. no doubt you are a frustrated wannabe who couldn't even make it as Mary and Jospehs donkey in the school nativity play.
Manxter. That is not nice, these lovely people are giving all their spare time to help others and you mock, please keep your comments about Freddie Mercury to yourself. no doubt you are a frustrated wannabe who couldn't even make it as Mary and Jospehs donkey in the school nativity play. LANGLEY TRAPPER
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12:55pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Manxter says...

I was a Shepard.
I was a Shepard. Manxter
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