On Saturday 30 June 2018, the community of Queen Anne’s School came together for the schools annual Speech Day and Prize Giving ceremony to celebrate the end of the academic year.
The Middle School Production of ‘The Government Inspector’ will take place on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 March in the Performing Arts Centre at 7.30PM.
Queen Anne’s had another successful year at the Woodley Festival of Music and Arts at the weekend. The girls had brilliant time, and were an absolute credit to the school.
After last year’s success for Queen Anne’s Dramanauts, we are looking forward to the Woodley Festival this year even more so. The Drama and Music Department would love for you to come and support us on Saturday 10 March.
Come and watch the student led production of ‘Noises Off’! This farcical comedy will take place on Wednesday 7 & Thursday 8 February at 7:30 pm.
On Monday 22 January and Tuesday 23 January you are invited to come and watch Queen Anne’s Lower 4 girls perform stories so well-loved, you already know them by heart. We hope that our version of events will be both familiar and surprising.
A Level drama student and drama scholar Katie Dart has been invited to become a member of the Elite Musical Theatre Company in London after starring in the musical “13” in London’s West End.
On Tuesday 16 May, the U6 girls went on a drama trip to see John Boyega, of Star Wars fame, make his debut at the Old Vic Theatre in Woyzeck.
There is yet more fantastic news for one of our budding dramanaut stars as Maddie Clark has won a place at the National Youth Theatre and, in doing so, becomes our youngest girl to win a place at the prestigious theatre company.
There is more cause for dramatic celebration for one of our U5 dramanauts in particular this summer. 16 year old drama scholar Katie Dart has been cast in “13”, a new musical, which will be opening in the West End shortly.