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The medium of dance is used to explore Jim Morrison''s enlightened, spiritual side and the dark facet of his character that fuelled his decline into alcoholism, which, in turn, led to his early death.
- Written by: Michael Feingold
Brecht-Weill's musical comedy performed by second-year acting students.
A set of unique dance pieces that employ elements and fusions of ballet, commercial, contemporary, jazz and tap.
The Picture Of Dorian Gray
- Directed by: Samuel Orange
- Written by: Oscar Wilde
An intimate adaptation from theatre collective, The Alchemic Order, of Oscar Wilde's gothic novel. Set inside a 19th century-styled salon, director Samuel Orange features as Lord Henry Wotton, with River Hawkins in the title role.
A play about a group of modern-day A-level students simmering violently under the surface as they are assailed by the pressure of teenage life and the weight of academic expectation.