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Come and see Oundle School's A Level Theatre Studies pupils perform EMN-161003-152815001
Come and see Oundle School's A Level Theatre Studies pupils perform EMN-161003-152815001

The Stahl Theatre in Oundle presents a rare opportunity to see the A Level theatre studies pupils from Oundle School in action, doing what they do best.

Upper Sixth formers have produced some outstanding work in previous years, taking in Dystopian visions and the Pursuit of Happiness along with some stunning visual adaptations of classic works.

This year promises to be no different. Lower Sixth formers will perform extracts from previously published texts, but promise to be no less diverse, thrilling and expertly delivered.

Part examination, part celebration of what the best of Oundle’s stage performers have to offer, this evening is always a real treat.

Come along to the performance taking place tomorrow night at 7.45pm. Tickets £3.

Theatre Alibi will also be taking to the stage at The Stahl Theatre on March 22, to perform its latest production, ‘Falling’.

Combining powerful performance, projection, puppetry and a thrilling live soundscape, ‘Falling’ tells a raw and intimate story.

What happens when life swallows you whole and terror is only a heartbeat away?

Tickets for the performance, on Tuesday, March 22, at 7.45pm, are priced at £12 (£10 concessions). This production is for adults aged 14+.

To book, call the box office on 01832 273930.


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