By Nathan Stanley, Year 6.
On Tuesday, Form Oak pupils went to the Parabola Arts' Centre to see a performance of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (based on the book written by CS Lewis). I thought that Aslan, the lion, was very well constructed - it looked like a skeleton though because it had no skin on its sides, just a spine.
I think they had a slight disadvantage because they had no boys to play the boy roles.
The main characters in the story were Lucy, Susan, Peter and Edmund. Emma Speakman, who used to go to our School, even played Lucy. The White Witch was really cool because her white eyes were created by using white contact lenses. It was also really funny when she nearly fell off the stage.
If I were to rate the whole play out of 10 I would give it a 7 as overall I really enjoyed it.