Grad Excellent!

It’s that time of year again! A time where our students can have a go at setting up an exhibition and actually be IN a show for change. Every June, in the brief window before the work on the final musical of the year really kicks off, the Third years across all production arts pathways get to display their best work from their time at Guildhall, producing a show with an interesting mix of props, paintings, bits of scenery, lighting displays and a dodgem. Tom took on the daunting task of Curator, and managed to turn the eclectic mix of work into a dystopian themed show- it felt a bit like something from a Mad Max film, but with more canapés and less carnage.


You could say that 3 years at Guildhall is bit of a rollercoaster ride!

The opening night was completely packed with a mix of industry professionals and former students eyeing up the new wave of talent about to hit the Theatre Scene- I hear there were even a few job offers made, so I think we can safely say the night was a success!

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