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Published on November 28th, 2012 | by The Town Crier



As part of the build up to this year’s Pantomime production ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, the Assembly Hall Theatre is unveiling a top secret art installation. 

Local artist Dave Eagles, owner of Overspray on Camden Road, was commissioned by the Assembly Hall Theatre to create an original work inspired by the pantomime. As part of this project, a Year 13 student from Mascalls School, Paddock Wood was given the opportunity to shadow him and learn some new skills and techniques along the way. He was also given the opportunity to design and paint a street art canvas to keep.

The installation is to help publicise the pantomime at the town’s main theatre and this year’s pantomime bucket collections will be for the local charity Hospice in the Weald. Once the object has been unveiled, it will remain in situ until 5 January 2012.

Once it has been unveiled, it will remain in situ until 5 January 2012.

Stuart Reeves, Headteacher at Mascalls School says:

‘We are delighted to have such wonderful opportunities for our students to work with practising artists and I am thrilled that this project has been a huge success.  Ed has done a fantastic job and he is an inspiration to other students as they endeavour to develop their skills and understanding of their work.  Art at Mascalls continues to be a strength and many pupils go on to study the subject further and to eventually work in the industry”.


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