Performing Arts Report
September 9, 2022
by Ms Monique Allen, Head of Co-Curricular Performance
2023 College Production Announcement
The performing arts has some exciting news to announce, we can confirm that our College Production in 2023 will be….
Monty Python’s Spamalot!
The story centres around King Arthur and his search for the Holy Grail. After a rather silly bit of miscommunication leads us briefly to Finland, out King and his ever faithful squire Patsy begin to search for knights to accompany him on his Quest.
Auditions will be held in Term 4! Keep an eye out for registrations on the daily messages.
Thank you to drama club members who have continued to increase over the course of the year. We have focused heavily on improvisation development this term and the students have made wonderful progress. Here they are competing in ’10 seconds to make’ where they were required to create a well-known landmark! Drama Club continues in term 4, every Monday at lunch time.
Performing Arts Dinner
This week the annual Performing Arts Dinner was held in the Pavilion on Wednesday evening. It was a fabulous celebration of the wonderful talent and commitment our performing arts students have shown across the year.
Congratulations to Ben Nixon who was awarded performer of the year for music, and James Halsall who received performer of the year for drama. Well done to all the award winners.
A huge thank you to parents and guardians who have supported their child in a co-curricular music or performing arts program this year.