Arts News Archive
Arts news from the Sixth Form coming soon.
Performances of the A level Drama play, 'Rumplestiltskin - A retold tale', will take place in The Ship Theatre at 4.30 and 6.00pm on Monday 18th January. Tickets will be available on the door.
Lower Sixth students gave insightful and poignant performances in a touching production of Brian Friel's 'Dancing at Lughnasa' in The Ship Theatre last night.
The Lower Sixth cast of 'Humble Boy' gave accomplished comic performances this week as they brought the play of 'astrophysics, apiculture and Shakespearian allusion' to the Ship.
Upper Sixth Drama students gave two performances of their haunting devised play 'Envenomed with Envy' in The Ship on 21st January.
Many congratulations to Lower Sixth student Nikitah Patel whose AS Art work has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy.
Lower Sixth Drama students gave visceral performances of the black comedy 'The Beauty Queen of Leenane' on 7th and 8th May.
2012 leaver Susannah Lloyd came back to school on Friday evening giving a recital in The Ship to raise funds towards her forthcoming trip volunteering on educational projects in South America.
English Pre-U students travelled to Stratford to attend lectures on 'King Lear', take a backstage theatre tour and watch performances including 'The Tempest' and 'A Comedy of Errors'.
Lower Sixth Drama students performed 'Twelfth Night' this week with wit, verve and brilliant comic timing.
After four months of rehearsals AS Theatre Studies students gave two haunting and powerful performances of Mary Stuart this week, culminating in their exam performance on Wednesday night.