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Day two of audition week! We have been overwhelmed with the amazing talent showed so far! Also a well done to all of the current students that performed incredibly! 🎶 #AuditionWeek https://t.co/N4QzxDCg9u2 hours ago 1
CAPA College audition week has arrived! We are excited for an incredible start to our Audition & Interview Week! We are excited to see all of the tremendous talent that the next generation of performers have to offer! 🌟 #AuditionWeek https://t.co/7qrlYejZqn1 day ago 1
Did you miss Live@ LOBBY 1867!? Enjoy Kaytie-Jo and Jack singing Shallow (A Star Is Born). 🎙️ Our next event at @lobby1867 is Wednesday 4th March, we hope to see you there! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see more: https://t.co/JAz9T7CWUO https://t.co/Sb9n4AmOlz2 days ago 1
Students were rehearsing over the half term for their Connections performance. CAPA College students will perform two plays which have been commissioned by the @NationalTheatre. They will be first performing on the 26th February! ⭐ @LeedsPlayhouse https://t.co/UkS9dYpMBl2 days ago 5
Wonderful news! Proud of you! https://t.co/hdcVEhoBmo3 days ago 0
Sneak peak at what CAPA College have been up to over the half term... Students have been filming with a Pilot Theatre Company filmmaker. They have made their own music videos in response to their new play Crongton Knights. It will be screened at York Theatre Royal in February! https://t.co/cmkTVSEWp53 days ago 3
RT @KingEcgbert: Thanks so much to Sean from @CAPACOLLEGE for inspiring our boys this week. https://t.co/8oUoT61dAA4 days ago 5
Congratulations Tyler! Super news & super proud! https://t.co/GzvkBBBPUX4 days ago 0
Amazing news Alexa! Congratulations! Proud! https://t.co/lDlFs9DhI44 days ago 0
*** CAPA College Auditions *** If you applied to join us in September 2020 you should now have received an invitation to audition. Please confirm your attendance online ASAP. See you all soon! ⭐ https://t.co/o8fW8s1pKK5 days ago 6

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.