The students benefited from the experience of working with practitioners from a highly-respected professional company and were inspired by the training exercises and engaging tasks.
Performing Arts teacher Viccki Beck said: “The workshops were really appreciated by our students. They found them engaging and confidence-building. They also learned new technical skills which will be useful for their upcoming performances.”
The Frantic Assembly theatre company is based in the UK but works with schools and organisations in the US, Canada, Australia and throughout Asia and Europe. New City College students are studying the company’s ethos and performances as part of the coursework for their Performing Arts course.
The company aims to unlock creative potential in young people, empowering them to participate, build skills and collaborate. They pride themselves in producing thrilling, energetic and unforgettable theatre.
Find out about our triple BTEC vocational Performing Arts courses or see the range of our A Level and single BTEC drama, dance and performance courses.