05/11/18 12:30 Filed in: News
The Glass Umbrella Theatre Company presents Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
Jim, a young girl, is desperate to join up with Robin Hood and become a Merry Man. Meanwhile the evil Sheriff is up to no good, raising taxes and imprisoning Jim’s parents. He kidnaps Robin’s sweetheart Maid Marian and determines to marry her. All of which sets up the glorious finale when the Merry Men conceive a cunning rescue plan. This will be one trip to Sherwood Forest you’ll never forget!
A script jam-packed with jokes, toe tapping songs, colourful costumes, mayhem galore, lovable characters and all the magic of traditional pantomime.
Suitable for all ages.
4 Shows. Friday 14/12/18 7pm, Saturday 15/12/18 2pm, Saturday 15/12/18 7pm, Sunday 16/12/18 3pm
Tickets available HERE
19/09/18 10:04 Filed in: News
You can now book Rehearsal Spaces and Studios at these times..
Mon -1pm - 4pm
Tue - 3pm - 9pm
Wed - 9am - 12pm
Mon - 9am - 3pm
Tue - 9am - 2pm, 5pm - 9pm
Wed - 9am - 1pm
Thur - 9am - 1pm
Fri - 9am - 12pm
Mon - 1pm - 4pm
Tue - 2pm - 5pm
Wed - 9am - 2pm
Rehearsal Spaces are on a "first come first served" basis.
Studios must be booked in advance.
Go the Diary Page for more details
04/09/18 16:03 Filed in: News
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23/04/18 16:13 Filed in: End of Year Performances
Well that year went in quickly!
MayFest is over and what a fantastic success it was. Over 1000 visitors through the doors, over 4000 views of our streamed events and now over 500 likes for our Facebook page! Well done to all the student performers and technical teams for putting on such a brilliant effort, also thanks to everyone who came along or watched at home and here's looking forward to next year!
Click HERE to watch the events again.
Some performances will also be streamed live this year on our Live@SERC-MAPA Facebook page so please head on over there and give us a Like™and Share™!Click HERE for more
22/03/18 09:04 Filed in: News
…Amidst Paradise - a multi-disciplinary piece of theatre, inspired by the photographic works of Ed Ruscha. The piece combines elements of physical theatre, original compositions of electronic soundscape, and an original text based on the stylistic conventions of Irish playwright, Mark O'Rowe. Students involved include HND Performing Arts Year 1 and L3 Music Technology Year 2.
The School of Music and Performing Arts prides itself in introducing students, of both disciplines, to exploring new ways of creating original works.
The works and musings of Ed Ruscha were used as a starting block, from which concepts and ideas were explored and refined. Of particular interest was the 1968 photographic study entitled: Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass…possibly suggesting peril amidst paradise.
Suggested age: 14+
Watch it all again HEREClick HERE for more