Southport College Performing Arts students securing places at universities across the country

Performing Arts students at Southport College have just completed their summer productions with a high number achieving excellent grades and securing places at universities across the country.

Students interested in drama have crowned a year of practical work in acting with a production of ‘A Little like Drowning’ by Anthony Minghella; an emotional and complex play that provoked a great reaction from audiences during the run.  The following week, students with a musical theatre focus presented a new production of the timeless ‘Grease’ with stunning song and dance routines to a series of full houses in the purpose-built performing arts theatre.

The play cast was led by Dylan Johnson and Robyn Fawcett, and playing the parts of Danny and Sandy in the musical were Jack Moran and Nicole Smith.  Both casts featured outstanding individual performances showcasing the talent our students have developed over their two years of study with Southport College. 

Course Leader Pete Scholes said; “Our end of year shows are always exciting and rewarding experiences and the students have once again used their training to deliver in style.  We wish our second year students all the success for the future and look forward to welcoming new students to our Performing Arts course in September.”

If you dream of being a star of stage or screen then good news; it’s not too late to secure your place on a Performing Arts course for September start at Southport College.  For more information visit or call our friendly Student Guidance Team on 01704 392862 to found how Southport College works for thousands of students every year.

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