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Performance Shows

Selected young people from local schools and colleges are invited to attend subject related performances, executed by our HE students. Such visits give learners an insight into the learning at university.

During 2016/17 academic session, there will be a number of performances, by our HE students, where schools/colleges are invited to attend. Such experiences enable curriculum development whilst enriching the learning of those that are studying performance at Level 2 and 3. Dates for upcoming performances are as follows:

AUB AUTUMN PRODUCTIONS 2016

 

Second Person Narrative by Jemma Kennedy

Thurs 27 October 2016 at 1.30pm

Directed by Tamsin Fessey

AUB Studio Theatre

Age Group: School Year 7-13

 

The Light Burns Blue by Silva Semerciyan

Thurs 10 November 2016 at 1.30pm

Directed by Philip Dart

AUB Studio Theatre

Age Group: School Year 7-13

 

The Ashgirl by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Thurs 24 November 2016 at 1.30pm

Directed by Kirstie Davis

AUB Studio Theatre

Age Group: School Year 7-13

Edward II by Christopher Marlowe

Thurs 8 December 2016 at 1.30pm

Directed by Luke Kernaghan

AUB Studio Theatre

Age Group: School Year 10-13

 

Please note that spaces are limited and bookings are taken on a first come first basis. Shows last between 2-2.5 hours.  If you are interested in attending a show and want to bring a group then please contact us on:

wp@aub.ac.uk

01202 363209

Quotes from teachers

“‘Oh what a lovely war’ was amazing! Thank you for giving us the opportunity to expose our students to such a quality performance. We are always looking for ways to engage students with the curriculum and shows like this demonstrate how relevant and powerful performance can be to convey a message. It was truly exceptional and my students were buzzing after it.” – School teacher, Budmouth College (Weymouth)

“We are so delighted that we had the chance to attend this comprehensive performance. Such experiences are key in maintaining students appetite for the arts. Some of my students stated – ‘…the puppet things were really cool’ and ‘now I want to do a Performing Arts GCSE’. ” – School teacher, The Bourne Academy (Bournemouth)

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