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BURNING BIRD – a Secondary Production

28 June 2017

An impressive performance of our secondary students of the drama production ‘Burning Bird’ - such a complex play and equally rewarding to see students’ dramatic techniques expanding and progressing.  It was a wonderful evening enjoyed by many parents, family, friends and students. Our thanks must go to Orina Krajewska and Ana Kózka the directors and producers of the play.

  • Play1
  • Bows and flowers
  • TV
  • Tram
  • Signs
  • Father
  • Laughing
  • Sitting signs
  • Confrontation
  • Shop
  • Dead
  • Burning

It’s the height of the summer,

and Daisy’s fifteenth birthday.

Trouble is brewing - in North London, someone’s been shot. There’s a curfew in place,

school is suspended and the city is changing,

but Daisy has an important delivery

to make across town.

When Morell offers her a ride in his uncle’s car,

she sets off down a road from which

there might be no turning back.


Set against the backdrop of the London riots, Burning Bird, questions the decisions

we make and explores the freedoms we find when authority goes missing.

Ideal for young people ages 13+

it was presented at the Union Theatre, London,

in November 2012 by Synergy Theatre Project,

a groundbreaking theatre company