This December we performed Romeo and Juliet for the annual senior production at Christ College.
We wanted to bring Shakespeare’s text to life in a modern setting and really show how the themes in the play relate to young-people in today’s society.
There was a big surprise after the interval when the production became promenade and the audience were invited to follow Romeo outside and into the chapel where Juliet’s body lay.
There were some fantastic performances from the cast and many audience members commented on how emotionally engaged they were in the story.
A massive congratulations to the wonderful cast and crew. See you next year!
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