MOD culture was brought to life in a high school production of seminal 1970s film Quadrophenia.
Former Mod and drama teacher, Julie Salisbury, came up with the idea of staging the musical, Quad, based on sounds and styles of the Mod movement taking inspiation from her own youth.
For two nights, the cast and local band The Bayrun Junkies entertained teachers, pupils, parents and the public on thestage at Blacon High School.
Julie said: “I’ve always loved it, I grew up with it. I went to see the stage show in Liverpool and Manchester.
“From that I thought I’m teaching a really talented group of performing arts pupils. I wanted to give them a challenge and they rose to it brilliantly.
“Some of them have got The Who on their iPods now.”
Before the performance, Chester Scooter Club arrived with a rally of period scooters including Lambrettas and Piaggios and one was later incorporated into the set.
She said the pupils now have a taste for Mod culture.
Julie added: “They loved it and they just keep singing My Generation. They’re all well into it.
“We’ve got them wearing parkas.”