Wednesday, 24 March 2010

GCSE Devised: Faust the Poet

Showing tonight, for one night only: Faust is a poet, but not a very good one. In a bid to make something of himself and impress his fellow neighbours with his importance, Faust makes a deal with the devil that triggers not only his demise, but the demise of the entire village.

A group of GCSE students have used the fable of Faustus to devise this exam piece which has been completely self-directed. Come and enjoy this brand new drama in their public warm-up performance before they have to show it to the examiner!

All tickets are £3 but free for all GCSE YR11 Drama students, and of course for Theatre Pass holders. Performance starts at 7.30pm, after a special dance-drama preview show and the run time is approximately 75 minutes.

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