Best’s youth theatre group, TheBYTE, is to perform Elinor Cook’s brand new play, ‘The Boy Preference’ in February/March as part of the National Theatre Connections programme . It’s a disturbing tale of a country where girls are disdained and often aborted before birth. What would happen if the girls who never were suddenly are?
It’s a challenging piece and should be huge fun to do! Can’t wait…
The DVD of’The Night at the Oscars’ raised a massive £763 for The Children’s Society. A huge well done and thank you!
Congratulations to Sammy Small, who came to Best 2008-2011. He’s been working loads and we were thrilled to see him in ‘Game of Thrones’ – and with a line! Many more to come, Sammy, we’re sure!
In the autumn term 2014, Best and First Class will be using ‘Frozen!’ as a theme, with songs, dances and drama based on the latest Disney classic. We won’t let it go!
Well done both casts for a simply brilliant run of shows. You sounded and looked fabulous and we hope you’ll enjoy seeing your performance on the DVD.
Have a lovely Easter – but if you are looking for something to do, there are still places on our spring academy 7-11 April – The Nightmare before Easter’.
For the first time we are holding scholarship auditions to join our Saturday afternoon Best classes! There are 5 free places and 10 50% discounts on offer. Selection will be made at a free, fun audition workshop at Sandringham School on Tuesday 8th April 2pm-4pm. Click here to find out more…
Best has now launched Audition & Monologue classes to support those going up for parts or thinking about applying for drama schools. They take place every Wednesday evening. Go here to see more!
Planning is going well for the end-of-term public show at the SandPit. Each group will have its own sections to work on and of course there’ll be a big finale. But now it’s time to write some scripted bits…
The end of term show, on 29/30 March at The SandPit Theatre, will bring all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to the SandPit’s stage. Of course, Best’s OSCARS might not have the usual categories you might expect – but it will be a fun show for everyone with lots to do.
See you there – dress to impress!