Barton Peveril Perform for the National Theatre

National Theatre Connections 2019

Barton Peveril students have taken part in National Theatre Connections 2019. Second year Performing Arts: Acting students performed Chaos, a play written by Laura Lomas and commissioned especially for the Connections showcase, twice in the College’s Rose Theatre and then in Bognor Regis’ Alexandra Theatre.

Performing Arts Rehearsal
A rehearsal for Chaos.

National Theatre Connections sees students from throughout the country perform one of 10 plays commissioned for the showcase. A representative from the National Theatre watches every performance. The representative then selects one version of each play for a performance at the National Theatre in London, during the summer.

Hard-working students


Speaking on the competition and students, Barton Peveril Subject Leader of Performing Arts Steven Wilde said: “The students have explored and developed the characters and scenes themselves. The quality of their work is a testament to how hard they have worked and how much they have learned during their time at Barton Peveril.”

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