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RT @LaurenJStocker: I can’t put into words how excited I am to say I’ve been awarded funding to attend @LaineTheatreArt in September!! Than…3 days ago 3
Amazing news Lauren!! Congratulations! https://t.co/cLUabG0clN3 days ago 0
We are recruiting staff! 2018 marks an exciting new chapter for CAPA College & we are looking to recruit a number of talented & enthusiastic members of staff who are keen to join the college & be part of its development.Apply now... #marketing #teachers https://t.co/otgMCas8W73 days ago 23
Stunning performance! Huge well done to the amazing cast inc the lovely CAPA College boys Seb, Josh & Kieron. Enjoy the rest of the tour! https://t.co/QXrymLb3Ml1 week ago 3
RT @maisiegreerx: Honestly couldn’t be more happy to be starting this new chapter of my life in September☺️☺️☺️ https://t.co/gwxSlTzXvl1 week ago 1
Congratulations to CAPACollege alumnus @jakebradstewart cast in his first West End role! Amazing news! https://t.co/S6LZmjpdB41 week ago 1
Wow, this is wonderful! We know that CAPA College student Alice Schofield is incredible but to read it from an independent reviewer is just amazing “an absolute triumph” “a bright new talent is discovered” “blown away” An amazing review & so well deserved #proud https://t.co/QvfslscDwp1 week ago 2
RT @NationalTheatre: Congratulations to 17-year-old Alice Schofield from CAPA College in Wakefield, winner of this year's #NTNewViews. Her…1 week ago 13
AMAZING!! So proud of Alice - an incredible achievement. https://t.co/6JVlf1jskZ1 week ago 3
RT @FayeMilly4: Can’t wait to start in September!!!💖 https://t.co/nHb6YcRkAf1 week ago 1

National Drama success

CAPA College were thrilled to be selected to perform in the prestigious Connections Festival at the National Theatre on Saturday 30th June 2018. Over 200 schools and youth theatre companies across the UK  participated in the regional stage of the festival with 12 being selected to transfer their performance to the National Theatre’s famous Dorfman Theatre. CAPA College were selected to perform ‘When they go low’ by playwright Natalie Mitchell, an engaging, comical and emotive play that so effectively explores issues surrounding gender equality.   The whole process was such an inspirational opportunity for the CAPA College Performing Arts and Production Arts students to work with, and learn from, an incredible team including the CAPA College resident directors and designers and the National Theatre team of directors, fight directors, designers, technicians, producers and playwright.  This was such an incredible and memorable experience for CAPA College students to perform at the highly esteemed National Theatre on London’s South Bank.