CAPA College Twitter

We can’t stop looking at photos of our Main Stage performances at @MOVEITSHOW 2019. What an amazing event! Thanks for sharing these fantastic pics @fionawhytepics #CAPACollege #MOVEIT2019 #MainStage #letsdance 📸 hours ago 5
We're all natural born performers! Happy #NationalPuppyDay from CAPA College and our four-legged friends 🐶 days ago 1
Good luck to everyone attending recall auditions this weekend! We're so excited to welcome the next cohort of dancers, actors, directors, performers, technicians and creatives to @CAPACOLLEGE in September 2019 #CAPACollege #performingarts #creativearts #post16 #16to19 #wakefield days ago 2
RT @mollyhouse13: So excited to be going to @PERFORMERS_COLL Easter school with so many of my amazing friends from @CAPACOLLEGE its gonna b…3 days ago 4
Happy Friday! We'd like to say a huge congratulations to @CAPACOLLEGE & LCDS graduate @niall_egan who has just been awarded an apprenticeship with @RichardAlstonDC and will be performing with them in the UK & USA. We're soooo proud! #CAPACollegeFam #alumni #graduatesuccess 🌟 days ago 6
Today's #ThrowbackThursday is our 2018 @NTConnections performance of When They Go Low. We can't wait to perform our 2019 productions at @castindoncaster on 3rd April. Tickets on sale now: 📸 @theotherrichard #CAPACollegeFam #TBT #NTConnections days ago 3
RT @OliviaGrace589: Thanks so much to @CAPACOLLEGE for the opertunity to have a workshop with @MotownMusical. So energetic and fun packed 💫5 days ago 1
RT @tylerschofiel15: Had an amazing workshop with the cast of @MotownUK @CAPACOLLEGE !! So thankful for the opportunities I’ve been given 🎉💞5 days ago 1
RT @emmabuttree: Amazing workshop with @MotownUK today so greatful to get so many opportunities @CAPACOLLEGE5 days ago 1
RT @Georgiald02: Thank you @CAPACOLLEGE for the best day! @MotownUK workshop, meeting with a playwright for new views, and jazz😍5 days 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.