Fine Arts


We are excited to announce our upcoming performances of Matilda Jr  on Thursday and Friday May 26-27 6PM. Students have been rehearsing for 6 months already for this exciting and heart warming story of a little girl who stuns the world by standing up for herself and her friends. Our students have shown once again how important these artistic opportunities are to promote the values of our community and celebrate our emerging talents. 

"- Matilda, a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psychokinetic powers, lives with cruel parents who find her to be a nuisance, a lousy little worm, and a bore. When Matilda enters her first term at school, she captures the attention of Miss Honey, a kind teacher, and the two form a wonderful friendship. Unfortunately, the school is ruled by a tempestuous and mean headmistress named Miss Trunchbull, who hates children and delivers cruel and unjust punishments to all her charges. Matilda is determined to change her story, but will her cleverness and courage be enough to withstand the reign of Miss Trunchbull? -"

Matilda Jr. When - May 26 and May 27   Time -  6pm Price -   $5 (youth)  and $10 (adults)

Tickets are on sale in the rotunda at lunch and on eventbrite next week or at Eventbrite at the following link:

Matilda Jr.

Join the excitement of Laurier's great cast as they present Matilda Jr.


Thursdays 3:30 - 5:30 pm

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