Join us this Summer for Theatre Studio’s Summer Showcase 2018 where our highly talented students will perform an evening of song, dance and drama. The performances will also show work from this year’s Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, class performances and other performances the students have participated in during the academic year, highlighting the incredible talent of our students from 4 years - 25 years.
Sit back. Relax, Grab an ice cream, bring tissues and let Theatre Studio Assembly entertain you. Watch our students present many of their favourite songs and pieces
A show like no other! When you trap 15 people in a theatre for 24 hours to create a new show, who knows what will happen.
An evening inspired by patter songs from the popular Gilbert and Sullivan characters performed by Richard Suart, world specialist in the comic roles of Gilbert and Sullivan and best known for his numerous portrayals of Ko-Ko in The Mikado which he has performed in New York, Vancouver, Penang and Venice and in English National Opera’s iconic production for over 25 years.
Fronted by one of the UK's top George Michael tribute artists and live band
Steve Ashley is one of British folk's finest singer-songwriters. His songs have been recorded by Fairport Convention, Martin Simpson, Anne Briggs, Ralph McTell & Wizz Jones, O'Hooley & Tidow, Phil Beer and many others.
Our resident comedy troupe back for their third and final main stage show of the year
Growth was first performed at the Edinburgh festival in 2016 and was an instant smash hit. It received a Fringe First award for outstanding theatre, has been on two tours of the UK and has been staged at the Gate Theatre, London.
Two seminal Beatles albums, live in their entirety. Appearing at numbers 3 and 14 in Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, they easily stand alongside Sgt Pepper as the greatest collection of The Beatles recorded works.
Concert including works by Matthew Curtis, Minkus and Tchaikovsky
A rock musical set in New York which reimagines Puccini's La Boheme for the 1980s
Walt Disney adventure about a spirited teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master way-finder
This charming documentary has won numerous awards at many film festivals. Manolo has a simple life in Southern Spain and two loves: his animals, in particular his donkey Gorrión (“Sparrow”), and wandering through nature. Against the advice of his doctor, he decides to plan one last walk in the US, the brutal 2200 mile Trail of Tears. But not without his donkey.
Mick Travis is in his final year at a public school and hates it; younger students are bullied by older students and everyone is bullied by the staff. When the opportunity arises, Mick and his friends have a surprise for parents and other guests…
Roxie Hart is a small-time chorus dancer who would kill for fame. After doing just that, she lands behind bars alongside vaudeville star Velma Kelly, who, with the help of hotshot lawyer Billy Flynn, has spun her crime into a media frenzy. When Flynn takes Roxie's case, he makes her the latest tabloid sensation, setting the stage for a singing, dancing catfight between the all-too-willing rivals.
Ahead of the release of the sequel, Mary Poppins Returns, here’s a chance to see Julie Andrew and Dick Van Dyke back on the big screen in the tale of the magical nanny and her effects on the Banks’ household. It’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious entertainment and no one will mind if you want to sing along!
Gloriously restored print of Hammer's classic vampire yarn in its 60th anniversary year
Sam and his older brother Michael are all-American teens with all-American interests. But after they move with their mother to peaceful Santa Carla, California, things mysteriously begin to change. Michael's not himself lately. And Mum's not going to like what he's turning into. The Lost Boys reshapes vampire tradition, deftly mixing heart-pounding terror, rib-tickling laughs and a body-gyrating rock soundtrack.
The classic Ealing comedy superbly translated into a stage hit
Gilbert & Sullivan's satirical comedy classic sees a bunch of fairies confronting Parliament!
We can't legally tell you what the show is until September. But you might be able to take a guess...
Far away from the comfort of Wonderland, this December the Hatter find himself stranded in Winterland! Hysterical, silly and a little bit frightened, he must discover how he got there in order to find his way back home for the Christmas tea party before the Jabberwocky's curse freezes him in Winterland forever.