Drama Showcase

Our Drama Showcase will take place on Thursday 18 October, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

Enchanting Stage Debut For L4 Pupils

On Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 January, the L4 year group took part in their first-ever drama production of the year. Performances of ‘Grimm’s Fairy Tales’ took place in the Performing Arts Centre (PAC), showcasing the girls’ hard work since starting Queen Anne’s in September. Following the performances, Mrs Natalie Scott, Teacher of Drama, said: […]

“Let Us Entertain You!”

Feeling down with the winter blues? Then why not let our L5 drama pupils entertain you with their next Showcase on Monday 9 February. The evening kicks off at 7.30pm in the Performing Arts Centre (PAC) and should last about an hour. The girls will be performing three pieces of work, all of which have been […]

RSC Actor Praises Queen Anne's Drama Students

Former RSC actor, Gerard Logan, praised the work of the A Level dramanauts as being “brilliant” when he visited dramaramaland on Monday 10 November. Gerard, who has been nominated for a prestigious Olivier Award, visited Queen Anne’s to perform in his one-man show “Wilde about the Boy”, based on the trial of Oscar Wilde. Following […]

Showcase Success

Not to be outdone by the excellent Drama Showcase from our A Level students just over a week ago, the GCSE dramanauts took up the baton with panache at their Showcase on Thursday 6 November. The audience was treated to 45 minutes of high quality drama as some of the L5 GCSE girls performed two […]

Dramanauts Do Us Proud (again!)

As expected, our drama girls provided a thoroughly entertaining evening of drama , in front of an audience of approximately 100 people, in the Drama Showcase Evening on Monday 11 November. Two of our A level students, Alexandra Griggs, U6, and Tiajna Izekor-Amayo, U6, performed a piece they had devised themselves, using as their stimulus, […]

Mesmerising Perfomances at Drama Showcase

An audience of about 150 were treated to some excellent performances during the drama department’s first offering of the new academic year. About 15 girls performed speeches they had prepared for their LAMDA speech and drama exams last term. The performances ranged from the comic (Rosie Dart’s “Blood Brothers”) to the downright scary (Caitlin Croke’s […]