THIS YEARS SENIOR SCHOOL PRODUCTION WILL BE ‘THESE BRIDGES’ BY PHOEBE ÉCLAIR-POWELL, PART OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE CONNECTIONS FESTIVAL. THE PERFORMANCES WILL BE HELD ON 2ND AND 3RD OF FEBRUARY
We are very much looking forward to welcoming the National Theatre Connections director Julia Wyndham to our production on Friday. Julia has been resident director at the National Theatre Studio and Curve, Leicester and currently has a wonderful production of George’s Marvellous Medicine touring the UK. She will watch the show and then afterwards chat to the cast giving us feedback for how to improve our play before we tour it to Aberystwyth.
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Want to know more about the show? Find out why Phoebe Éclair-Powell wrote the play
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