On the 23rd & 24th  March 2017 we were delighted to stage the musical Evita at Epsom Playhouse, It was an amazing production, part of the celebration of the 125th Anniversaries of Ursuline High School and  Wimbledon College. The musical was performed by students from Year 8 to Year 13, featuring some of the best-loved songs in musical theatre, including Dont Cry for Me Argentina and Another Suitcase in Another Hall.

Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Tim Rice, this hit show recounts the story of Eva Peron, wife of the Argentine dictator Juan Peron, following her short life from humble beginnings through to extraordinary wealth, power and status. She ultimately became the highly revered First Lady of Argentina.

The students from both schools had the opportunity to produce the  whole musical, being the cast, crew and members of the orchestra. They have put in a tremendous number of hours of rehearsals singing and acting. The set, the costumes and the lights added up to this extraordinary production. Students performed to two sell out audiences, with standing ovations and positive feedback from members of our community.

Many thanks to all involved!

An extra special thank you to the Drama, Music and Arts departments at Ursuline and Wimbledon College for their dedication  in ensuring such a superb production!



Evita Production Raffle

Thank you to all of you who supported our joint school raffle.  We are pleased to announce the winning numbers:

White 696 Blue 438
Blue 388 Green 675
White 681 Green 757
Yellow 530 Yellow 537
Green 709 Blue 301


If you are a lucky winner, please contact:

On behalf of:

Ursuline Parents Association:                      Joanne Davies               07881 535901

Friends of Wimbledon College:                   Isabel Martinelli               07906 341938


Please claim your prize as soon as possible but before 5th May 2017.  Any unclaimed prizes that do not spoil will be used to raise money for future events.