Friday, 17 February 2017

It's that time of the year again!

Yes, here we are: Our final year students are shortly presenting their Advanced Productions performances. We are proud to once again being able to introduce a diverse selection of exciting work, with each performance shown at the Town Hall in High Wycombe and in a regional theatre near you.

First off is Theatre Memoire who have bagged the rights to stage Complicite’s renowned play Mnemonic, with its intricately woven narrative.  Mnemonic challenges the subjectivity of memory and the ability to comprehend identity through the physical traces left behind.
You can catch Theatre Memoire at the Wycombe Town Hall on Tuesday, 21 February at 7.30pm, or at Maidenhead Norden Farm Centre for the Arts on Wednesday 8 March.
Find out more about Theatre Memoire here:

Blown A Fuse Productions is bringing us Black Comedy, a side-splitting joyride by playwright Peter Shaffer from 1965. This one-act farce is telling the story of Brindsley Miller, the nervously eccentric sculptor with the dream of selling his work to a German millionaire art collector. What could possibly go wrong?
Watch Black Comedy in Wycombe Town Hall on Monday 27 February at 7.30pm, or in Hemel Hampstead Old Town Hall on Tuesday, 7 March at 8pm.
Find out more about Blown A Fuse Productions here: 

Forgotten Dreams Theatre Company is presenting us a brand new devised theatre piece called Queen of the Skies. This visually arresting piece uses multimedia and physical theatre to explore the life and legacy of Amelia Earhart, the first woman to attempt to fly around the world.
Forgotten Dreams Theatre Company are performing at the Wycombe Town Hall  on Tuesday 28 February at 7.30pm or at the Clapham Omnibus in London on Tuesday 14 March at 7.30pm.
Find out more about Forgotten Dreams Theatre Company here:

Get Out Theatre is taking us on a journey through an exciting and dark realm: they are staging Alistair McDowell’s play Pomona, which centres around one girl’s search for her missing sister and promises to leave you disturbed and on the edge of your seat.
You can catch it at the Wycombe Town Hall on Wednesday 1 March and at The Undercroft in Peterborough on the 8 March at 7.30pm.
Find out more about Get Out Theatre here:

We hope you can join us for one or more of these exciting productions!
See you there!

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