Audience stunned by plane crash



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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Brendan McFadden
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JAWS dropped around the audience  when a passenger plane crashed in front of their eyes during a performance at Fairford Primary School.
The stunt was part of a play entitled the Holiday, which was put together entirely by pupils who did everything, including writing the script and music, plus making all of the props.
The play tells the story of a family  whose plane crashes on their way to a dream holiday -  after a seagull flies into the engine, leaving them stranded on a desert island.
A spokesman for the school, Caroline Sherer said: “The performance captivated the audience, not only because of their brilliant performance but because of the imaginative plot devised and written entirely by the group.”

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10:45am Mon 14 Jul 14

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