All students feature in a principal stage production at least once in every two years.
Everyone receives a substantive part individually tailored to suit his or her age and experience.
Students learn that a high degree of commitment and professionalism is necessary in the staging of a production. At the same time, they experience all the fun and enjoyment of being involved.
Our most recent stage productions were presented at The Clifftown Theatre with runs of four performances.
Our younger students presented Pirates of the Curry Bean - a swashbuckling voyage of adventure on the high seas to the mysterious island of Lumbago where a treasure chest is buried awaiting discovery.
In our senior production Chief of Police, Jack Spratt's, detective skills are tested to the limit when a crime wave sweeps through once-upon-a-time Happy Valley.
Our younger students presented the first ever performance of a new play. The audience were treated to a bizarre set of experiences before learning of the significance of The Lost Legacy.
In July our older students presented an adapted version of the Lost Legacy using advanced creative drama techniques, which provided variations of the original bizarre themes presented by the younger students in March.
Another large cast - featured below in costume - presented eight of the spellbinding tales of the Brothers Grimm.
A large cast - pictured below in costume - presented a colourful romp treating audiences to a journey "in 1950 something" from Kentucky to the English Shires and back again.
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