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School organises annual talent show

By Our Correspondent
May 11, 2024
The Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) Islamabad. — Radio Pakistan
The Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) Islamabad. — Radio Pakistan 

Islamabad: Westminster’s annual talent show, spanning from grade 1 to Grade 8, dazzled audiences with a spectacular display of student talent, creativity and cultural diversity at PNCA Auditorium, Islamabad. 

From a diverse range of musicals and captivating dances to gripping recitals and entertaining skits, the event showcased the spirit of creativity and expression within the Westminster community, says a press release.

Setting the stage for the evening’s festivities, Raheel Sajjad Khan, the esteemed director of the school, warmly welcomed the guests, acknowledging their presence with gratitude. He specifically highlighted the tireless dedication and hard work of the students as he emphasised their efforts in ensuring that the talent show would be an unforgettable experience for all.

The show kicked off with a mesmerising ‘Around the World’ cultural display, where attendees were treated to a journey across continents through music and dance, demonstrating the rich tapestry of cultures and unity.

One of the highlights of the evening was the gripping English play, ‘Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear’, which kept the audience on the edge of their seats with its suspenseful storyline and stellar performances by the talented cast.