The Cat in the Hat, Horton, The Whos and of course JoJo. Confused? Well that’s the amazing world of Dr Seuss for you! Add in a few spectacular songs and dancing fish and you get the idea of what Year 4’s play was all about.
West Buckland School, a thriving co-ed independent Prep and Senior school on Exmoor, North Devon, has a reputation for excellence in the Arts, and this was reflected in their recent LAMDA exam results, with a record 65 pupils entering.
Kingswood House Senior Drama group performed 'Oliver' to full houses at the Adrian Mann Theatre, NESCOT this week. Outstanding singing, with solos from many boys, plus well known favourites, sung with huge enthusiasm, left the audience wanting more.
Now in its fifth year, the North London Singing School Festival, hosted by Grimsdell Mill Hill Pre-Prep, takes place in March. Seven local schools including Grimsdell will take part, singing songs together and performing in their respective choirs
Year 7 and 8 students in the drama theatre put on a show recently. The performers managed to capture Shakespeare in a modern setting and make it feel relevant even 400 years after the text had been written. Viewers of the show left amazed.
James Carter, one of Britain’s best-loved children’s poets and Ardingly's Poet-in-Residence, celebrated the launch of his latest collection including a poem dedicated to 'Ardingly College and their über-librarian Denise Reed.’
Pupils at Sibford School will be reaching for the sky next month when they perform their own adaptation of the musical Cabaret. The performance will feature 45 cast members... including two on trapeze!