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  • The Show Must Go On...............

    Published 18/11/20

    Determined that 'the show must go on' despite Covid-19, our talented Upper Sixth thespians took to the Bridge House Theatre stage much to the delight of the small audience of their year group bubble and socially distanced staff. 

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  • Warwick Awarded Trinity Champion Status

    Published 01/10/20

    Warwick School is delighted to have been recognised by Trinity College London as one of 56 Trinity Champion Centres across the UK. The Champion Centres are recognised for their successful delivery of the Arts Award qualifications.

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  • Practically Perfect in Every Way

    Published 16/03/20

    The Bridge House Theatre was transported back to England 1910, with Mary Poppins arriving on the doorstep of the Banks family.

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  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Published 21/11/19

    Feed me Seymour... Feed me now!

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  • The Hampstead Murder Mystery

    Published 18/03/19

    The cast rose superbly well to the challenges of presenting this rapidly changing, linguistically demanding parody of the Murder suspense thriller, featuring a very funny soundtrack of stings and ominous string sounds to add to the playful suspense.

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  • A Laughing Matter

    Published 30/11/18

    The audience was treated to a truly hilarious production of 'A Laughing Matter' performed in the Bridge House Theatre.

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  • The Curse of Cranholme Abbey

    Published 12/03/18

    Warwick School was delighted to have the opportunity to perform the first school production of ‘The Curse of Cranholme Abbey’ by Tim Norton, for three consecutive nights at the Bridge House Theatre last week.

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  • Les Misérables

    Published 15/11/17

    Warwick and King’s High pupils performed in the eagerly anticipated production of Les Misérables, which took place in Warwick Hall last week.

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  • Animal Farm

    Published 05/07/17

    The Bridge House Theatre was brought to life with the classic tale of George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’, adapted by Peter Hall.

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  • The Visit

    Published 21/03/17

    OW and Guardian Theatre critic Michael Billington considers ‘The Visit’ one of the 101 greatest plays ever written, and whilst set shortly after the Second World War  this morality play feels even more relevant today.

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Published 29/11/16

    Warwick School and King’s High School brought their customary creativity to their version of Shakespeare's classic comedy - A Midsummer Night's Dream last week. 

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  • Hamlet comes to Warwick School

    Published 10/10/16

    The Literary Society were delighted to welcome the actor Paapa Essiedu to speak  about playing Hamlet in the recent Simon Godwin RSC production.

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