Performing arts students at Warrington Collegiate sang ‘Halleluyah’ when the Christmas Coca-Cola lorry visited their local supermarket.
More than a dozen learners performed an excerpt from the college’s upcoming production, ‘Seussical – The Musical’, in hailstorm conditions as the iconic truck arrived at Tesco.
Sindy Richardson, Curriculum Manager for Performing Arts at Warrington Collegiate, said: “It was a great opportunity to showcase the student’s talents.
“Despite the wintry weather our students rose to the occasion and gave the Coca-Cola truck a warm welcome.”
Warrington Collegiate will be performing ‘Seussical – The Musical’, the hit Broadway show, between the 9th and 22nd of January.
“As far as I can tell a two week run of a musical is a UK first for an FE college,” said James Baker, Course Leader at Warrington Collegiate.
Mr Baker added: “The fact that we’re running Seussical for an impressive sixteen shows allows students to gain essential skills for this tough industry.
“They aspire to be top class professional actors and this is truly a reality experience.”