If you are interested in dance and want another opportunity to extend your experience then this workshop is for you! We are starting a new company for local dance talent and will be running a taster workshop so that you can see what it’s all about.
Following the success of Arts Council Funded project, Persona by Jon Barton, the Izzard Theatre is holding an exciting networking event designed to help teachers and local artists connect and discuss potential future collaborations. This is event is not to be missed and is for anyone who is interested in collaborating… read more →
Persona was a huge success at Brighton Fringe this week. On 16/17 May, 9 students who are part of Bexelei Theatre Company took to the stage at The Warren: TheatreBox @ Brighton Fringe. The students were fantastic and feedback has been very positive. The playwright Jon Barton attended both nights… read more →
Our students thoroughly enjoyed a body percussion and samba workshop with Ollie Tunmer from @beatgoesonuk. Ollie, who has worked previously with Stomp and Cbeebies, treated our students to a full morning workshop inspired by the Mambo from West Side Story culminating in a performance for students and staff across the… read more →
AS Level Drama and Theatre Studies students present their examination pieces. Shorter versions of established plays seen in a new light and re-worked for a contemporary audience. Caryl Churchill’s Fen explores female relationships in a tight-knit community with one woman looking for a way out. Anthony Horowitz, usually known for the… read more →
Our group of nine Gifted & Talented students were very excited to receive Jon’s script on Monday. The first read-through was really interesting and we can’t wait to get started with rehearsals. The company will be performing at the Izzard Theatre and in Brighton during May’s Fringe Festival.
The Vinyl Revival music evening, organised by Bexhill College’s second year music students was a hit with our packed auditorium and was the best-selling music evening the Izzard Theatre has ever had. The eclectic line-up included a swing band, rock, pop and even a bit of Beyoncé! It was such… read more →
Thank you to everyone who came and supported the cast and crew of Aladdin last term. The response was fantastic and the cast really enjoyed themselves. We had visits from Glyne Gap School students as well as lots of support from local primary schools and the wonderful community. What a great way… read more →
On December 22nd 2015, the Izzard Youth Theatre presented it’s debut performance of Beauty and the Beast Jr. The performance was a huge success and received fantastic feedback from our buzzing audience. We’re so excited to get started on the Youth Theatre’s next project Stand By Please – a showcase presenting the best… read more →