RSC Students perform at the Marlowe Theatre
On Monday 12th March, thirty-four students from Towers School took to the Marlowe Theatre's stage to perform in Julius Caesar. This production was in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company, as part of our school's ongoing RSC Associate School status.
Students had been rehearsing for the last few months, working with their teachers and the production team from the Marlowe Theatre. On the day, they were treated like professional actors, with a full technical and dress rehearsal on the theatre stage.
Our school was given the difficult task of performing the famous 'funeral speeches' from the play. However, students demonstrated their inspiring abilities and talents, ensuring that the scenes were dramatic, engaging and a spectacle for the audience.
As a school, we are incredibly proud of all of the students involved and look forward to supporting the RSC club in their next exciting venture.