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Performing Arts students at Nescot are starting their final run of shows for this academic year.

Students on the Level 3 Acting and Musical Theatre pathways, as well as university-level students, are creating and starring in shows examining topics from the life of Marilyn Monroe to peer pressure.

“The students are working really hard, and we’re all really excited about the performances ahead,” said Ryan Duscha, Team Manager for Performing Arts at Nescot.

“The shows we’ve created are creative and boundary-pushing, and the students have really pushed themselves. They should be proud of the work that they have created.”

The shows are all at 7pm in the Performing Arts theatre. Performances are open to everyone, but tickets must be reserved in advance by emailing performingarts@nescot.ac.uk

The shows are:

  • Wednesday May 10 and Thursday May 11: Year 1 Acting will be performing 2084, which is loosely based on George Orwell’s book 1984.
  • Tuesday May 23 and Thursday May 25: The first and second-year Musical Theatre students are performing Bombshell, exploring the life of Marilyn Monroe.
  • Wednesday June 7 and Thursday June 8: Year 2 Acting will perform Evidence, a modern tale of school peer pressure taken to the extreme.
  • Wednesday June 14 and Thursday June 15: The HND students are showcasing I Made This for You, in which a man who has cut himself off from those around him learns what he means to the people he lives.

Nescot offers Performing Arts qualifications at Level 2, Level 3, and at university-level. For more information, visit our website.