The Caucasian Chalk Circle
Tickets have now sold out for the school play, The Caucasian Chalk Circle. However, please note that the open dress rehearsal on the evening of Tuesday 21st November has now been made available to those unable to secure a ticket for the formal shows.
In addition, parents, families and friends of school pupils who were unable to book seats, and are still interested in attending are asked to please contact the Box Office leaving your details; tickets are occasionally returned and can thus be reallocated. Equally, if there are tickets currently allocated which it is no longer possible to use, please notify The North Wall Box Office as there are people currently on the waiting list.
The shows will take place between 22nd and 25th November at The North Wall from 7.30pm daily. For more information, please contact the Box Office on 01865 319450.
A challenging and thought-provoking piece of theatre, and one of Brecht’s best-known plays, it is an excellent example of his “epic theatre”. The Caucasian Chalk Circle is a story told by a singer about a servant girl who rescues a noble child, becoming his rightful mother. Directed by David Aldred, Head of Drama, and featuring a cast of 26, the production will feature music performed by the pupil band The First Reserves.
A brief note from the Director, ‘Our performance has been originally conceived; I don’t think any of our ensemble has seen the play performed before, and the great marvel of Brecht’s writing is the endless possibility for reinvention of the script, tailoring its message to our own time and place. It’s been a pleasure to be a part of and I do hope you enjoy watching the performance.’