The programme will also draw on images and words related to photographs and documents in the Christ College Archive.
Head of Creative Arts at Christ College, John Johnson, explained: “The performance, ‘Passing Bells’, will be a mixture of live readings, performed songs and scenes. My aim is for the evening to be a collaboration of the Christ College Community incorporating Students, Parents, Staff and Old Breconians. As the performance will include ‘live readings’ there will no pressure to learn lines – just a willingness to have a go and deliver some powerful and beautiful material.”
There will be a series of rehearsals on the following dates and all those involved would need to be available at all rehearsals:
The performance of ‘Passing Bells’ will take place on Thursday 23rd October, starting at 7:00 pm.
If you would like to be involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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