Frankie Muniz, star of hit American sitcom ‘Malcolm in the Middle’, was among the judges in the final of Northbrook College’s annual S’koolfest at Worthing Pavilion Theatre.
Talented young musicians from local schools and colleges took to the stage with support from Northbrook’s live sound technology students. Northbrook Music students set up the sound and lighting for the night and there were performances from some of the best bands from Davison High School for Girls, Worthing College, Sir Robert Woodard Academy, Steyning Grammar and The Littlehampton Academy, among others.
The gig at the Pavilion was the final in a series of heats when Northbrook took its big PA system and lights to local schools.
The bands were judged by Frankie Muniz and his band Kingsfoil, along with a representative from Sony Epic Records. The musicians competed for the chance to win prizes such as free music lessons, taster sessions and a day in Northbrook’s state-of-the-art music studio.
During the intermission, Kingsfoil offered words of wisdom to the budding artists, saying, “Make sure you keep working hard and most importantly, enjoy what you’re doing.”