This year's major production, Godspell, left audiences wanting more! Packed with great tunes and wonderful improvisational scenes that showcased abundant energy from the 130 cast members, this Stephen Schwartz Broadway smash was a definite hit.
After several rounds of the competition, which started in December 2016, Wellington College pupil William Campbell takes the title of Berkshire Young Musician of the Year, beating talented string musicians from across the county.
Thursday 23, Friday 24 and Saturday 25 March saw pupils from Woodford Green’s Bancroft’s School present a stunning production of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Culford Prep and Senior School combined to put on a feast of music in their Spring Concert at the end of term. The Senior Wind Band kicked off the evening with a dynamic performance of The Blues Brothers Revue.
Dragon School, Oxford will be hosting a public exhibition during Oxfordshire Art Weeks featuring over thirty alumni of the School, including award-winning artists working in a wide variety of media and styles.
Charlotte wrote ‘His Frozen Fingertips’ in the summer between LV and UV when she was on a remote holiday in Cornwall. After initially being miserable because she couldn’t use the internet, she decided that she would write a really interesting book.
Cheam School in Headley have become the first Prep School in the world to perform Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical ‘School of Rock’ with audiences packing the school theatre for three nights of rock and pryotechnics.
Clayesmore Prep's music ensemble are celebrating this week following victory in the U12 category at the prestigious Pro Corda National Chamber Music Competition, held at Brighton College on Sunday 19 March.
After numerous rehearsals the children excitedly boarded the coach and headed to Sutton early on Saturday morning. It was finally time to stand in front of the audience and other participants and represent Blackheath Preparatory School.
Performing arts is a love of many at Coworth Flexlands School. We were honoured when Ms Jo Garofalo visited the school to audition us for Voice in a Million at Wembley Area and chose Year 5 & 6 girls to be on stage.
What a great performance - Alice@Wonderland, two nights, a large cast of 48 pupils, cleverly-written script, lots of twists, brilliant make up and costumes and actors who seemed very much at ease on the stage and entertained the audience throughout.