Y12 Performing Arts

Y12 Performing Arts

Year 12s (and the odd 13) dazzle with interpretations of Wilde and Kafka

Congratulations to our wonderful year 12 performing arts students, who have worked tirelessly this term on two pieces of interpretative work, based on Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest and Kafka’s Metamorphosis.

Though these are well known texts, the students’ work took an original slant, with the audience spellbound throughout.

We always say this, but the performinag arts are alive and well at Sackville!

Pictured here (left to right) are Dan Bowdery, Amber Davies, Sophie Charman, Jack Charlton Nevitt, Oliver Howland (year 13), Alex Flude, Aislinn Goss and Maddie Wrigley.

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