The Performance School
Provision within the Arts at IVC is nationally renowned. Our performances - staged both on site and further afield - have frequently been described as 'professional standard' by theatre industry personnel as well as practitioners within education.
In December, The Performance School staged a production of the iconic musical Cabaret. With a wonderful cast of performers from both the Sixth Form and the Main School, the show dealt with the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930’s helping us to reflect on our past as we celebrate our 75th anniversary as a school.
Directed by our Drama Artist in residence Corey Pulman, with choreography from Orris Gordon, the show was performed in the very same hall designed by architect Walter Gropius, a man who escaped Nazi Germany in 1934. The sold out show took place over 3 nights to extremely positive reviews.
In February friends and family were invited to witness Impington’s first Promenade performance. The piece was performed by Year 13 as part of their A2 Drama exam and took the audience on a chilling journey through unusual spaces (such as the boys toilets, down corridors and backstage).
‘Live and Amp'd’
In February over 100 students from years 7-13 took part in vocal talent show ‘Live and Amped’ with a celebrity guest appearance from Katie Brand.
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