It’s a busy week for our diploma alumni as now fewer than six major productions get underway with star-studded Wac Arts Diploma graduates in their cast:
Kofi Boateng appears in Fuel Theatre’s The Spalding Suite which, continuing on its national tour, opened at London’s Southbank Centre last night. The show has received 4* reviews and is in the Metro’s To-Do List this week.
(At Southbank Centre until Sat 2nd May then touring)
Patience Jame & Fumy Opeyemi return to the main stage at Sadler’s Wells as they bring their two-girl supergroup Girlz On Point (GOP) to the 2015 Breakin Convention festival of international hip hop dance.
(Sadler’s Wells Theatre on Sat 2nd May)
Rosie Wilson Sidlauskas will also be appearing at Breakin Convention this year as a member of Myself UK Dance – an all female collective of hip-hop dancers who’ll be taking the stage by storm.
(Sadler’s Wells Theatre Sat 2nd May)
Sophia Thomas continues on the national tour of Muscavado, an original play looking at slavery in 19th Century Barbados. Time Out say it ‘Get’s the heart pumping’ and London Theatre gave the play 5* so you really should book tickets now.
(Tonight at Liverpool’s Lantern Theatre then touring)
The Inspectors Call is a new play by Peter Capmling is a witty examination of the current fight for and also a look at the more universal feelings of stress and strain at work, all through the lens of an offstead examination. Our alumna Blaise Alert plays a fantastic role on stage at Theatro Technis in London.
(Until May 16th)
And while spring is in the air, Carlos Mapano appears in the Bard’s most famous love story Romeo & Juliet produced by the innovative site-specific company Synomtic Productions.
(Secret Brixton location, 14th-31st May)