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Performing Arts students from Hertford Regional College toured four local schools with the first theatre adaption of ‘Face-Mum’. Year 2 students at HRC were commissioned with this performance, based on a story written by local writer Russell King, exploring the life of a teenage boy and how his life changes when a secret is revealed.

The audience was transfixed as the story unfolded on stage before them. This was a very physical piece of work that was performed with energy throughout. The cast used a range of techniques to tell the story, drawing upon modern theatre practitioners and styles.

Di Johnson, Head of Performing Arts at Stewards School said: “It was a pleasure to host such a great performance by students who clearly have a passion for their subject. This was evident both in what the students watched and the question and answer session afterwards. It is important that our students understand the wide variety of courses available to them and HRC’s performing arts students provided an excellent example of theirs.”

To find out more about HRC’s Performing Arts courses, click here.

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