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STOP PRESS: A NIGHT OUT FOR YOU IN SHEFFIELD!

 ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’ makes its third appearance on the professional stage!

Talbot Creative Arts Department are delighted to announce that we are performing for the 3rd time in the National Theatre’s Connections Festival at the Crucible Studio on the evening of Thursday March 17th at 7.15 p.m.

The students are performing ‘What Are They Like’, a new play by Lucinda Cox, exploring the highs and lows of parenting teenagers. Some of the students are working towards a GCSE in Performing Arts and this performance will form part of their assessment, so they are particularly excited and a little nervous! As well as performing, students have also devised the Programme, collected the props and designed and directed scenes in the play.

We hope that you will be able to support us during this very exciting evening of modern theatre and I know your sons and daughters would enjoy seeing their friends perform. Tickets are obtainable from Sheffield Theatres Box Office by visiting in person, ordering online at

https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/draft-9324/dates

or by telephoning 0114 2496000.

We would love to see you in the audience!

Catherine Fitzsimons Head of Creative Arts