Ashbourne’s performing arts students hit the stage at the LAMDA, Hammersmith, from 2nd to 5th March, to showcase their talents.
Our GCSE and A level Drama students will be performing a selection of works during Ashbourne Drama Week that will be examined and go towards their final qualifications. Performances include two award-winning plays Ernest and the Pale Moon, a gothic horror by Oliver Lansley and The Nether, a sci-fi crime drama by Jennifer Haley, as well as two creative pieces devised by the students, Årsgång and Mummy Dearest and Dead.
The students perform at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA)’s Lindbury Studio, which provides an ideal space for intimate, small-cast productions and new writing debuts. Students will have a professional technician at hand throughout and a dedicated dressing room in which to prepare for stardom.
Ashbourne staff, students and friends are all invited. Performances take place from Monday 2 to Thursday 5 March between 7 and 9.30pm; full details below. Tickets are free but spaces are limited so please contact our head of drama to reserve your seat: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 2nd March – Ernest and the Pale Moon (GCSE) followed by Årsgång (A level)
Tuesday 3rd March – Mummy Dearest and Dead (A level) followed by The Nether (A level)
Wednesday 4th March – Ernest and the Pale Moon (GCSE) followed by Årsgång (A level)
Thursday 5th March – Mummy Dearest and Dead (A level) followed by The Nether (A level)
LAMDA, Linbury Studio
155 Talgarth Road
Nearest tube station is Barons Court. Hammersmith tube 10mins walk.
Find out more about studying Drama at Ashbourne