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 Throughout each learner's experience of Drama we hope to offer different theatre trips to develop their appreciation and understanding of drama and production skills in action.




Over 80 S1 pupils attended a live recording of "The Dog Ate My Homework" at the BBC studios in September. this was a fantastic chance to see behind the scenes of a tv studio!





2014/15 Trips

"Three Sisters" at the Tron Theatre. Senior Phase pupils attended John Byrne's Scottish twist on a Chekhov classic as well as participate in two workshops designed to deepen their understanding of both the text and the production process.

"Barnum" at the Edinburgh Playhouse. Open to all S3 Drama and/ or Dance pupils, the musical follows the imagination and dreams of America's greatest showman, Phineas T Barnum. This was also a great opportunity to vist the Edinburgh Playhouse in our capital city.

The top 100 S1 pupils with the most merits by the end of November were invited to attend the funniest pantomime around, "Miracle on 34 Parnie Street" in our partnership theatre, The Tron. Pupils were enthralled by a 5* production and were delighted when Miss Murphy and Megan were used as witness in the court. Miss Murphy wasn't so delighted to recieve a kiss from the evil baddie however...







A number of Senior Phase students attended East Kilbride Arts Centre to see Ena Lamont Stewart's classic play "Men Should Weep". This play is studied at Higher and used for the acting exam, therefore this was a great opportunity to see the play brought to life.