College’s Rising Stars Joined Forces to put on an Amazing Production of Alice in Wonderland
The production of Alice and Wonderland featured the iconic characters we all love, set in the 1980’s with a original punk and new wave songs written and performed by our amazing Music students.
Fashion students got hands on making their costume designs come to life, tailor made for each individual character. A fantastic opportunity for students to work on a live design brief and have their work star in a real performance.
Alongside their fabulous costumes, Hair and Media Make up artists in training worked their magic back stage to showcase an amazing set of make-up designs on the actors.
The Creative Arts department also got involved, with Graphic Design students responsible for designing artwork for tickets, posters and the website and photography students taking the pictures for student’s portfolios.
Together, the departments made the show a huge success all gaining valuable industry experience along the way.
Every year the college’s Performing Arts department perform a wealth of live shows to the paying public, which is a great opportunity to get real honest feedback from audience members whilst gaining great experiences for their CV’s.
Performances take place both locally, nationally and in New College Stamford’s on-site theatre which features industry standard sprung floors, excellent acoustics and state of the art lighting, everything aspiring actors or actresses need to kick start their careers in performing.
If you’re interested in studying Performing Arts, Fashion, Music, Graphic Design, Photography or Hair and Media Make-up visit www.stamford.ac.uk for more information or pop along to their open event on Tuesday 24th January from 5pm to 8pm.
New College Stamford offers education and training to over 2,000 students every year, providing a huge range of courses including A Levels, vocational, part-time, apprenticeships, higher education and professional training for businesses tailored to both individuals and employers.