After three months of rehearsals St Benedicts School pupils are taking to the stage to perform 'Amadeus'.
The pupils are performing the drama this Friday 6 and Saturday 7 about one man's determination to destroy another.
Mediocre composer Antonio Salieri is driven by envy to a decade of spiteful acts against Mozart and although he destroys the man, he is not able to destroy his music.
The audience can expect to follow Salieri's journey from his first meeting with Mozart to the end of his life which is punctuated with light effects and music from the classical composer.
Katie Ravenscroft, director and choreographer said: "This has been a lovely cast to work with. We started rehearsing in October and everyone has been completely committed.
"We hope that our audiences will enjoy some memorable performances."
Max Walach , a year 12 student who is playing Antonio Salieri said: "It's been hard work and it's very different rehearsing dressed up and with the seats installed in The Cloisters, but I am swimmingly confident it will go well."
Tickets cost £8 and concessions £5.
The show starts at 7pm on Friday and Saturday at the school in Eaton Rise.
For further information, call 020 8862 2000.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Karl Fenton (year 13)
Antonio Salieri - Max Walach (year12)
Constanze Weber - Helen Doughty (year 13)
Emperor Joseph - Rory Quinn (year 12)