Bethany’s Easter concert is a success

Posted In Creative, Drama

On Monday 26th March, the Function Suite opened its doors for the Performing Arts Easter concert. Over 15 acts from Music, Dance and Drama demonstrated their work to an audience of over 150 parents, pupils and friends.

Performers from a range of year groups were encouraged to work together and the evening presented an opportunity to perform for the first time in front of an audience for many pupils. 

With the public examination period fast approaching, GCSE Dance pupils were able to contribute to the evening with exceptional dance pieces that have been submitted for their coursework provision. Rachel Payne, Head of Dance, worked alongside Scholars Charlotte Noakes and Sophie Hamill to demonstrate a piece choreographed by Year 11 dancer Phoebe Scott-Cole.

Head of Music, Jonny Brinson, supported Music Scholars as they performed Titanium, the hit song from popstar Sia.  We also welcomed Year 13 Drama Scholars Sean Evelegh and Daniel Davies onto the stage as they performed their LAMDA piece Dr Faustus.

Alex Bolton, Director of Performing Arts, said: “It was great to see so many pupils enjoy performing and to such a large audience. I am so proud of our performing arts provision and I look forward to Bethany’s Got Talent later this year.”

The evening was a huge success and once again showcased the talent that Bethany School has to offer. We look forward to Tuesday 19th June where the Performing Arts team will once again work together for the school house competition Bethany’s Got Talent.