CAPA College Twitter

RT @KaytieJoGenty: Massive thanks to @BBCLeeds and @gayleoninterweb for letting @CAPACOLLEGE perform a few Christmas songs on the radio!❄🎄9 hours ago 1
Thank you Jayne. That’s really kind! https://t.co/39Qx7iWe3C9 hours ago 0
Tonight we are performing at the Carols for Christmas Concert at @LeedsMinster for @LeedsCancerSup & @macmillancancer. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! 🎄🎶 #CAPACollege #CAPACollegeFam #carols #christmassongs #leedsminster #feelingfestive #christmas #performingarts https://t.co/C1IOIws06k11 hours ago 1
RT @mollyhouse13: Just been @BBCLeeds singing Christmas songs with my amazing @CAPACOLLEGE fam! Loved every minute thank you for having us 🎄12 hours ago 3
RT @esmehindhaugh: So many incredible chances to spread Christmas cheer with @CAPACOLLEGE! So much love for all my amazing peers and everyo…12 hours ago 2
RT @shannon_burton_: been amazing performing with @CAPACOLLEGE on #BBCRadioLeeds tonight !🙏🏼12 hours ago 1
RT @doyle_marianne: Loved it @CAPACOLLEGE you sounded amazing on @RadioLeeds 🎅🎅🎅12 hours ago 1
RT @brien_lou: What a wonderful rendition of Silent Night. And how lovely to hear @PTrusselle speaking so eloquently about everything @CAPA12 hours ago 3
Did you catch Camila, Ella & Jack on the radio with @gayleoninterweb? We’ll be back on the air at @BBCRadioLeeds at 5.35pm to perform Silent Night before we hotfoot over to @LeedsMinster for @LeedsCancerSup & @macmillancancer’s Christmas Carol Concert 🎄🎶 #CAPACollegeFam https://t.co/W6uygjmKXc13 hours ago 2
@newschickjules @evo1920 @BBCLeeds @gayleoninterweb Yes we’ll be back on at 5.35pm!13 hours ago 0

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.