JONNY Smith, a Teacher of English at King’s Ely Senior, has co-written a musical production which opened at Drayton Arms Theatre in London today (January 23rd).

‘Scotch Egg The Musical’ – created by Jonny (lyrics) and Dom Hartley (music) – is set in the future (2040) and tells the story of Boris Johnson being interviewed on TV about how the pandemic was handled.

The musical is full of tongue-in-cheek commentary, but also explores all the profound questions: What makes a life worth living? Is democracy dead? Does a scotch egg really constitute a substantial meal?

The production has also been supported by King’s Ely Teachers Natasha Hobbs (choreography), Laura Dixon-Smith (assistant director) and Steve Merrell (film production).

Performances are on January 23rd and 24th, although tickets for all three shows sold out fast!

You can find out more about the production here:

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