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The English Sequel 3 Feb 2016 The Players have presented students of Bartholomew School with a share of the profit from California Suite.

Eynsham’s amateur dramatic group, The Bartholomew Players, has presented the English students of Bartholomew School with a cheque for £341 as a share of the profits from the supper night of their performance of “California Suite” by Neil Simon in November 2015.

Debi Lisburne-Diacon of Bartholomew Players said, “We always aim to collaborate with local groups for the Supper night performance of our plays. We were particularly pleased to work with the students from Bartholomew School since they were a great credit to the school with their helpful and professional manner.”

Catherine Hartley (Acting Deputy Head of English at Bartholomew) said, “The money will enable us to take members of the school to the Globe Theatre to see Macbeth, a set text in this year’s GCSE exam syllabus.”

Receiving the cheque in the photo are (L-R): Beatrice Holt, Debi Lisburne-Diacon, Fern Hinton (head girl), Imogen Parker, Denise Santilli (Bartholomew Players).

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