As a maker of Italian food, Scala' decided to serve up an extra special surprise to primary school kids at Buckinghamshire's Great Missenden in the form of a school opera.
During a lunch meal of spaghetti, kids were surprised by four secret opera singers, disguised as a chef, a police man and lunchroom staff. Naturally, the singers chose to belt out some of the classics, reiterating the pasta company's commitment to tradition. Using hidden cameras, priceless reactions were captured from the kids.
It's not often that a school lunchroom is so quiet and kids are so willing to listen, but Scala' definitely pulled what seems like an impossible feat—to top it off, there was an eruption of applause at the end of it all, making the enjoyment of an Italian meal seem even more authentic.
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