World Theatre Day has been a date in the performing arts calendar since 1962! It is a celebration for us all to really appreciate the importance of theatre and performing arts.
A number of our students have entered this year’s Bristol Dance Eisteddfod ,to be held at Backwell School Theatre, Station Road, Backwell, Bristol, BS48 3QW Saturday 13th April- Friday 19th April 2019.
As you know at theschool, a focus on high training is at the core of what we offer our students and believe in cultivating a true passion for dance as well as receiving a high education.
We are therefore really honoured to announce our collaboration with the Joffrey Ballet School in New York.
Here at theschool we believe that drama is crucial for young people’s imagination – improvisation and creativity are key components of imagination. Drama acts as a safe space in which young people can explore the world giving them the ability to express themselves clearly.
To celebrate this year’s All Hallows’ Eve, over the last couple of months; our students have been working hard to learn a spooktacular dance routine to the legendary Monster Mash by Bobby (Boris) Picket & the Crypt-Kickers.
We wanted to say a massive well done to all the students at their end of year show on Saturday night. We couldn’t have created such a memorable experience without the hard work, dedication and commitment of your children who come in week after week and give it 100%.
We are proud to announce that this year theschool’s end of year show, ‘The Show Must Go On!’ will be supporting our chosen charity, ‘Over the Wall.’
With the end of year show fast approaching; the students of theschool are excited to show off everything they have learnt this year! They have all been rehearsing hard and we wanted to share a little taster of whats to come.
For this terms end of year show the students wanted to put on a show to raise awareness about the degenerative condition which our very own student, Ellie Scott-Brown suffers from.