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Another group have been devising a brand new Children's Musical on an important issue, which will hopefully tour to primary schools next year. We spoke to Louis and Ellesha to see how they were getting on... #TakeOver #Intensives https://t.co/WgC7d1Vj5516 hours ago 2
Day 3: This morning we visited the multimedia theatre project 'South Ridings' led by @staceycj and @waynesables! Here is a sneak peak into the amazing projection mapping our students have been working on #Projectionmapping #Production #Media #Intensives https://t.co/3OKTWy8TYc21 hours ago 2
Day 2 done, and an amazing start to Intensives week! So excited to watch our peers create 7 brand new creative projects. We were thrilled to watch our @momentumdanceuk Boys working with @Sadlers_Wells Young Associate @AnthonyMatsena #Boysdancetoo https://t.co/1oVtqNnDs22 days ago 4
A brief interruption to our Student Takeover Week, to announce that we're recruiting! Please head over to https://t.co/iRy4kbcoJE if you're interested in joining our amazing staff team https://t.co/E5mz6m1pZZ2 days ago 3
We popped in to see amazing choreographer and alumna @AlexBowen92 working on a commercial dance piece! Students taking part say “It’s fun, really energetic and very, very challenging”. We are ecstatic to see what is created over the next few days! #ThePurpleOne #IntensiveWeek https://t.co/R9YRnIeioB2 days ago 2
Thanks Simon - so do we! https://t.co/JssqDc5Kca2 days ago 1
First up on Day 2 of Intensives Week we dropped in on our Short Film company led by @isaacwhouk The group have written scripts and mapped out storyboards. Here is a sneak peak of some location shots. We can't wait for the finished film! #ShortFilm #Intensives #CAPACollege https://t.co/wxwzyFVlcj2 days ago 0
Here are singers working on one of our projects - an Accapella group, led by fantastic vocalist Alice Higgins. Stay tuned for clips throughout Intensive Week... https://t.co/UaEzPXsS153 days ago 2
It’s Intensive Week at CAPA College!! Our Year 2 Production and Media students are taking over ALL Social Media, so keep an eye out for all the exciting posts from us this week! #Takeover #ProductionandMedia #PerformingArts #CAPACollege https://t.co/ONPoLsvPfZ3 days ago 2
Our Community and Outreach programme CHARGE has got underway with a "Roar!" this week. Here are our students making a fabulous sound with help from some of incredibly enthusiastic and energetic visitors from @MyWakefield@Care4UsWakey https://t.co/jhf0a74H976 days ago 7

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Bronwyn James graduated from CAPA College in 2012 before gaining a BA Hons in Acting from ALRA. She is now a professional actress with credits which include Hangmen (Court Theatre and West End transfer), Call The Midwife, Cold Feet and the BBC’s The ABC Murders (2018). Bronwyn is best known for the character Fanny Lambert in Harlots. She will return to our screens in ITV’s Wild Bill later in 2019. 

Alex Bowen graduated from CAPA College in 2010 before continuing her Musical Theatre training at Bird College and Arts Educational Schools London. She is now a professional performer, choreographer and teacher. Alex recently took on the starring role of Kiki Dee in the world premier of Dusty alongside Katherine Kingsley and Rufus Hound. We’re thrilled that Alex has returned to CAPA College to teach jazz and choreography to the Class of 2020 as well choreographing two of our incredible Main Stage performances for Move It 2019. 

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Rae Clarke graduated from CAPA College in 2014. She recently completed a BA Hons in Professional Dance & Musical Theatre at Bird College and is now working as a professional model and actress. Since leaving CAPA College Rae has clocked up a number of acting and dancing credits and in 2018 she made her professional debut on the silver screen as part of the ensemble cast of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again alongside Meryl Streep, Julie Walters and Amanda Seyfried. 

Niall Egan graduated from CAPA College in 2016 before studying for a BA Hons in Contemporary Dance at London Contemporary Dance School. During his time at LCDS Niall worked with the Batsheva Dance Company as well as choreographing his own work for the Robin Howard Dance Theatre and modelling for the London Queer Fashion Show. He has just been awarded an apprenticeship with the Richard Alston Dance Company and will be touring with them in the UK and USA in 2020. 

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