Inaugural Sixth Form Play

Inaugural Sixth Form Play

On Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 February, we are thrilled to bring to you our first ever Sixth Form Play; a production put on entirely by pupils in the Sixth Form. This year’s directors, Paige and Holly in Lower Sixth Form, welcome you to their staging of James Fritz’ Lava, a timely play about grief, masculinity and the power of expression.

A small asteroid has hit the capital city. Thousands have been displaced. And in a town far away, a young man called Vin is finding it hard to talk. The only person who seems to notice is Rach, who resolves to find out what’s troubling him and help him find his voice again. But when Rach’s family take in an articulate and charismatic survivor of the asteroid incident, Vin’s silence is no longer her first priority. How does it feel when the suffering of others seems more legitimate than our own?

Tickets will be available to book on Wisepay from Friday 28 January, £5 standard/£3 concession. We look forward to seeing you in the Deayton Theatre for this incredibly exciting inaugural event, and can’t wait to share the hard work of the pupils with you.

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