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Performing Arts students to showcase their skills

08 June 2018

Wiltshire College Performing and Production Arts Students will showcase their skills at Salisbury Arts Centre on 20 June in two free performances that are open to all.

Students of Wiltshire College’s Performing and Production Arts course, delivered by Salisbury Playhouse, have been working hard rehearsing scenes, monologues and songs chosen to explore the process of theatre and performance.

The Play’s the Thing will be performed twice on Wednesday 20 June at 2pm and again at 7pm. The showcase explores the nature of creating a play, from initial ideas, through auditioning, rehearsing and finally facing the critics in the final performance.

A Level 3 Performing and Production Arts Course, delivered by Salisbury Playhouse, is accredited by UAL.

Project-based learning comprises research, development through rehearsal and performance/demonstration. Students can specialise in performance and/or production skills. The course is full-time working in both Salisbury Playhouse and Wiltshire College spaces. It offers an exciting opportunity to learn from industry professionals and to use Salisbury Playhouse’s specialist performance facilities.

Tickets to The Play’s the Thing are free and can be booked by calling Ticket Sales on 01722 320333 or by visiting www.wiltshirecreative.co.uk.


For press enquiries please contact Lucy Rouse, PR & Communications Officer, on 01722 345166 or press@wiltshirecreative.co.uk.

Notes to Editors:

Wiltshire Creative is a new pan-arts organisation that brings together the energy and ambition of Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse. It is an ambitious and innovative joint arts offer that secures a bright future for audiences, artists and participants.

Wiltshire Creative is rooted in, and draws inspiration from, the city of Salisbury and works beyond its boundaries and draws audiences from across the county and further afield. The creation of new work is at the heart of its programme, as it builds new relationships with audiences, artists and participants.