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Nomad Theatre Workshops

14 September 2016

This week the Drama Department have been lucky enough to have had Nomad Theatre come in to run workshops with our IGCSE and IB Theatre students. 

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Nomad Theatre Company describes themselves as ‘A theatre company that’s always moving’ but for the next few weeks at least they will be based in Saigon.  Whilst here, they delivered a fast paced physical theatre and devising workshop for our students, who will go on to use these skills in their exam work later this term.

We would like to say a big thank you to Nomad Theatre for helping to inspire our students to challenge themselves. If you want to catch them performing then they are at outcast with a free show at 7pm tonight until Friday with their show ‘Everything, Something, Nothing.’

Cat Sargent, Head of Drama at An Phu Secondary