Spring Season II 2022 Announced

We are thrilled to announce the second half of our Spring Season 2022, with five shows performed by third year BA (Hons) Actor MusicianshipActing and Musical Theatre students.


Nell Gwynn

22 – 24 Mar
Musical Theatre

It’s 1660. Charles II has thrown off the shackles of Puritanism and reignited London’s love of all things anarchic, extravagant and sexy. And at Drury Lane, Nell Gwynn is causing stirrings amongst the theatregoers… This boisterous comedy charts the rise of theatre’s greatest rebel, a woman making her way through a man’s world with joyful cheek and charm.

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Legally Blonde

1 – 7 April
Musical Theatre

Omigod you guys! When fashionista Elle Woods is dropped by her boyfriend Warner, she resolves to follow him to Harvard Law School and win back his love. But along the way, Elle discovers more about her own strengths and passions than she ever expected – and that being true to yourself never goes out of style.

Based on the much-loved film, this award-winning musical previously ran in the West End and on Broadway and features the songs Omigod You Guys, Bend and Snap, and So Much Better.

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27 – 30 April

“The only difference between me and the people judging me is that they weren’t smart enough to do what we did.”

Greed runs riot through Texas in this thrilling production, which charts one of the most infamous financial scandals in recent history. Satirical and comic, ENRON is recognised as a modern classic and seeks to cast new light on the world’s ongoing financial turmoil.

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The Wolves

4 – 7 May

Intensely personal, moving and funny, The Wolves follows the teenage members of an American girls soccer team. Set during the weekly warm-up and spanning several months, the players grow closer as they open up about the issues they face and their experiences of identity, race and growing up.

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, The Wolves is a fascinating coming-of-age drama focussed on the issues affecting young women in contemporary society.

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12 – 14 May
Actor Musicianship

Carrie doesn’t fit in anywhere. At school, she is an outcast who is bullied, tormented or just invisible. At home, her dominating mother controls her life. But when Carrie discovers that she has unexpected power in other ways, everything will change…

Based on the Stephen King classic, this new production of the Royal Shakespeare Company musical marks a bold new actor-musician interpretation. Carrie is a gory, graphic and gripping tale of the horrible things that people do to each other.

More information here.