A Devised piece by year 6 to year 8 students, exploring immigration through the eyes of the children, drawing on the ideas and themes from the book 'Alice in Wonderland'.
A dark and compelling performance of 'Pillowman' by four of the graduating year two students from our full time college.
Devised and performed by group two students, a group of camping brownies share ghost stories with a passing stranger...
Our RAD and ISTD Examination dance students presented a creative interpretation of what it means to be growing up in London.
An explosive exploration of gender equality, ‘Girls Like That’ was performed by Groups 3 & 4 from our Saturday Performing Arts.
Bodens Repertory Company performed Dennis Kelly’s ‘Love and Money’, holding up a cracked mirror to our world of easy credit.
Enfield Performing Arts Groups One and Two came together to bring the story of ‘Hiawatha’ to life in a poor theatre production.
‘The Piper’ was a dark retelling of the Hamelin tale by our youngest acting group, The Littlest Repertory Company.
Our ‘Little Repertory Company’ tackled Dennis Kelly’s ‘Our Teacher’s A Troll’, as two terrible twins fought to save their school.
Our Young Repertory Company skillfully storytold Carol Ann Duffy’s dark and magical cycle of folk tales from around the world.
This young company, from our Sunday Performing Arts, retold grisly and gruesome European fairytales, ‘Beasts and Beauties’
Student’s from our Musical Theatre Exam classes showcased some of their work, as a group and through solo performances.
Sophocles’ Greek Tragedy, ‘Antigone’, abridged and told by senior students from our Sunday Performing Arts Course.
Performed by our first year college students, ‘Rainbow’s Ending’ is a captivating modern fable written by Noel Greig.
Our Barnet Group One students devised and performed the dangerous journey of a tribe, through movement and sound.
Our STARter performing arts students, just 4-6 years, presented their version of the wonderful ‘The Chimpanzees of Happytown’
Performed by a company of second year college students, the Alan Ball Comedy ‘Five Women Wearing The Same Dress’.