Gallery: Framlingham College to showcase students’ talents with triple-bill production
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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.
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.
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The production will also be showing at The New Cut in Halesworth on August 7 from 7.30pm.
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