Gallery: Framlingham College to showcase students’ talents with triple-bill production

Framlingham College students performing in the triple bill production Framlingham College students performing in the triple bill production

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
12:44 PM

The drama society at an independent school in east Suffolk is aiming to showcase the full breadth of its acting talents by incorporating three varied productions into one performance.

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More that 50 students at Framlingham College will be taking part in this year’s festival programme to produce a physical theatre piece based on Lord of the Flies, a pared down version of The Crucible and an “all-out blast” featuring highlights from Grease.

The triple bill performance, which is a first for the society, also features three different sets and a live band.

Eight of the society’s members will also be performing at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer.

Co-directors Hugh Edwards and Dorothy Englert are making their second outing to the festival with a 60 minute Hamlet performance at the Space in North Bridge from August 11 to 16.

The production will also be showing at The New Cut in Halesworth on August 7 from 7.30pm.



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