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This brand-new musical theatre production aims to raise awareness around the importance of mental health, discussing topics such as bullying, domestic abuse, LGBTO+ representation and suicide. It follows Olly and his friend Krys as they navigate the challenges of high school, realising that everyone has their own story. The show hopes to shine light on these topics, using a witty approach to the daunting questions of the modern day and a catchy soundtrack with many recognisable hits! A show that is sure to have you laughing, crying and on your feet, “Prom Queen” is a show not to be missed!
Birchilk High, like any High school has its generic yet recognisable cliques, The Popular Girls, The Handsome Jocks, ‘The Emos’ and of course, The Nerds’: Our loveable nerd in this High School Tale is shy teen Oliver Lamb (Olly), accompanied by his sarcastic yet loyal best friend Krystal Parker (Krys) The plot follows the two as they navigate their way through High School.
Prom Queen: The Jukebox Musical is a youth project based primarily in Killarney, County Kerry. It was written and co-directed by local Killarney Community College pupil, Sinéad Greene (15), and produced and co-directed by Rachel Griffin (18). This youth project aims to raise awareness around the importance of mental health. There are many relevant themes and issues relating to a modern-day society such as bullying, domestic abuse and LGBTQ+ representation (similar to the SPHE curriculum). The show hopes to shine light on these topics and spark conversations about the many different stories portrayed in the plot of this production. There is a witty approach to the daunting questions of the modern day, with a catchy soundtrack which has many great, recognisable hits!
Duration: 165 Mins