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Jack wins a plum role

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In 2014, 10-year-old Jack Andrew made his debut on the Sydney Eisteddfod platform singingPanis Angelicus in the Classical Song for children aged 12 years and under. He won with a score of 95/100 and went home with a glowing report feeling very pleased with himself.

Jack, who acts as well as sings, is now preparing to play a featured role in Masquerade, a play by Kate Mulvany based on the book by Kit Williams, that the Griffin Theatre is presenting for the Sydney Festival. Sure to delight all age groups, Masquerade will run from January 7 to 17 at the Sydney Opera House.

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