House Singing Competition

If it’s the beginning of the Lent Term it must be the House Singing Competition, and on Friday 17th January the Annenberg rocked to the sound of Glastonbury, as all 17 houses brought their own special brand of musical creativity to the stage.

‘Glasto Headliners’ was the theme this year, and we enjoyed offerings from Blur, Beyoncé and the Beatles to name but a few. It was not only the singing that impressed the judges, but also the colour, choreography and sheer energy that every house displayed. Congratulations to all the performers, but special mentions to the Benson, winners of the best Harmony, the Orange, best A capella, and to the three runners up, the Anglesey, the Blücher, and the Talbot.

However, it was the Combermere who ran out overall winners on the night, their rendition of the Kings of Leon ‘Use Somebody’ raising the roof and showing a house, not only full of spirit, but also perfectly in harmony with itself.

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