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111834-5160 JOSEPH (EB) MRW 19/5/2011''Children from Year 4 at Front Lawn Junior School at Havant prepare to act their part as 'Cowboys' in the production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat that is taking place at Fort Purbrook on Sunday '''Picture: Malcolm Wells (111834-5160)
111834-5160 JOSEPH (EB) MRW 19/5/2011''Children from Year 4 at Front Lawn Junior School at Havant prepare to act their part as 'Cowboys' in the production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat that is taking place at Fort Purbrook on Sunday '''Picture: Malcolm Wells (111834-5160)
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TWO spectacular productions put together entirely by schoolchildren and teenagers are being staged at Fort Purbrook.

MADD Live 2011 is an arts business run by children from Havant schools with the help of business mentors.

Tomorrow at 11.30am, children from Trosnant Junior, Front Lawn Primary, St Thomas More’s Primary, Bosmere Juniors, St James Primary, Bidbury Juniors and Emsworth Primary will put on Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Then at 4pm youngsters from Park Community School, Cowplain Community School, Warblington School, Dynamo Youth Theatre, South Downs Youth Theatre and Fuzzy Logic, will stage a talent show judged by pop duo Same Difference and Seamus Cullen, a finalist on the BBC’s Any Dream Will Do.

The marketing, staging, money management and even refreshments have been organised by the youngsters.

Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children.