STUDENTS at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School will once again perform their production of Les Misérables at the end of this month.

Having performed to packed audiences back in November, this popular stage production is open to the public and will be staged in the concert hall of the Birmingham Road school from Thursday, January 30 to Saturday, February 1.

The run will include a Gala Charity Performance in conjunction with the Chairman of Wyre Forest District Council in support of his chosen charities on Friday, January 31.

Head of Music, Mrs Vikki Vincent, said: “It has been incredibly exciting to be asked to restage it, which has never happened before in the fourteen years I have been staging shows at Holy Trinity School, which is testament to the cast of tremendously talented students and the hard work and enthusiasm they have shown over the last nine months.

“All the cast and crew and I are really looking forward to the new production, which once again promises to be a resounding success.”

The Thursday and Friday performances will begin at 7.30pm and the Saturday performance starts at 2.30pm.

Tickets for the show cost £6.50 and £4.50 for concessions, which includes a drink at the interval.

They can be booked by contacting Mrs Vincent via