A primary school has been given a free cinema trip by a leading film studio after their singing was praised by Hollywood star Hugh Jackman.
Drakies Primary in Inverness posted a video on social media of pupils performing This Is Me from The Greatest Showman, which was described by the X-Men and Les Miserables actor as “awesome”.
Assembly today showed the clip of @kealasettle rehearsing the song ‘This Is Me’ from @GreatestShowman It is an amazing song to empower and celebrate diversity and difference. #ThisIsMe #usteacherscriedalittletoo pic.twitter.com/dPeNhLiUPN
— Drakies Primary (@DrakiesPS) January 12, 2018
Now the school has said it has had a trip to watch the film – paid for by 20th Century Fox – on Friday, February 23.
— Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) January 14, 2018
The movie is inspired by the story of P. T. Barnum’s Barnum & Bailey Circus and the lives of its star attractions.
Real life members of the show were General Tom Thumb and Scottish-born Angus MacAskill, who is recorded as having been 7ft 9ins.
A wonderful opportunity for our school! Friday 23rd February 10am-12pm Primary 1-7 pupils, staff and parents trip to @vuecinemas to see @GreatestShowman courtesy of @20thcenturyfox #Thankyou pic.twitter.com/dGBP8M0bNV
— Drakies Primary (@DrakiesPS) February 13, 2018