CAPA College Twitter

RT @x_fayelouise_: Rachel’s Sweat Stretch and Reset lessons are such a blessing and have become my favrouote lesson of the week! thank you…1 day ago 1
Our students wanted to share some the important messages that they have discussed this week. It is never too late to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Take action, inspire change today. #BlackLivesMatter Find ways to help here: https://t.co/0Q9DprZI1s https://t.co/HaJFZvpeT41 day ago 7
RT @kiirace0: CAPA College have spent time in meetings with us after college hours listening to us and our thoughts and prayers and what we…2 days ago 5
We at CAPA College, staff and students alike, have spent a lot of time in the past 24 hours thinking and talking about racism and George Floyd. We stand in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter #BLM https://t.co/LXDPTlNq0c2 days ago 14
RT @PTrusselle: And behind the blank screen? Inspirational, passionate, brave and compassionate students sharing their thoughts and plannin…2 days ago 5
Thank you to everyone that attended our alumni event! We had a wonderful time taking a step back in time with so many CAPA College graduates - make sure to opt into emails so that we can contact you for future events!⭐ Read all about the day here: https://t.co/gVPq7OF239 https://t.co/ds7VROR2oa4 days ago 5
RT @reecemcmahon: I left @CAPACOLLEGE in 2014. It’s just as much a family now as it was then - such a great trip down memory lane today wit…7 days ago 2
What an AMAZING day reuniting the CAPA College alumni!! 💛 Thank you to everyone that joined in today, there was an incredible turn out. We hope that you have enjoyed the day as much as we have! Here are just some of the highlights from today! #CAPACollegeFam #StepBackInTime https://t.co/txpG3QEJ1J7 days ago 3
RT @lukejharley: So so so so amazing to see such lovely happy faces today at the @CAPACOLLEGE event. I miss it so much and can’t wait to go…7 days ago 2

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.