DRAMA: Directed by an ex-student of LSC Expressive Arts, ‘The Frontline’ is a controversial representation of contemporary London where religion, politics, drugs, sex and violence all collide in a riptide of chaos. Join us as we watch the cruel and the tender come together on this dramatic night in Camden Town. Tickets: £5/£3.
Cinema: The Hoover family - a man, his wife, an uncle, a brother and a grandfather - puts the fun back in dysfunctional by piling into a VW bus and heading to California to support a daughter in her bid to win the Little Miss Sunshine Contest. The sanity of everyone involved is stretched to the limit as the group's quirks cause epic problems as they travel along their interstate route.
MUSIC: An explosive collective of top musicians, vocalists and writers from the UK - Nuclear Grooves play a thrilling blend of original soul, latin & funk-infused R’n’B. The Nuclear family is headed up by London-based musical director, songwriter & producer Adam Ryder Rust and is an expression of positive energy and passion for cutting edge music.
DANCE: The Subsidiary Diploma in Performing Arts and Certificate in Dance bring to you an evening discovering new styles of dance inspired by a range of choreographers and practitioners from the world of hip-hop, contemporary dance and physical theatre.
DRAMA: Also at the Soho Theatre: Dean Street (date & time to be confirmed by Soho). Year 2 Performing Arts students present an evening of work by contemporary playwrights. The students take to the stage for the last time at LSC, and showcase their talent and knowledge of acting techniques they have acquired over the last 2 years whilst studying acting training at LSC Expressive Arts to family, friends and Industry professionals.
MUSICAL THEATRE: This showcase celebrates some of the highlights of Musical Theatre performed by the year 1 Musical Theatre BTEC Diploma students. It features some material chosen by the students themselves and includes numbers from "Sister Act" "The Colour Purple" and "Hairspray".
A group of Leyton Sixth Form students have been working with photographer Edmund Clarke, on a project called ‘Forensic Identity’ in response to the exhibition ‘Forensics: The anatomy of crime’ at the Wellcome Collection in Central London. Their work is currently on display at the Wellcome Collection until 26th April 2015.
Leyton Sixth Form’s ICT students are currently volunteering at the Woodberry Wetlands project, working on reed beds and planting Hawthorn and Blackthorn whips and meadows. Woodberry Wetlands is being constructed on the site of what is currently Thames Water’s East Reservoir, an area that has been off limits to the public since its construction in 1833.
In the recently published Department for Education league tables Leyton Sixth Form College occupies a lofty position for both academic and vocational results.
As part of Leyton Sixth Form College’s enrichment programme, students get to take part in a wide range of international visits. This half term, students from the College landed in Rome.
BTEC Level 3 sports students have been in action at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre supporting the delivery of a Primary School Quicksticks Hockey coaching workshop and tournament.
Leyton students are working in collaboration with the Wellcome Collection and photographer Edmund Clarke on a project called 'Forensic Identity' in response to the exhibition 'Forensics: The anatomy of crime'.
LSC's Expressive Arts students went to the ITV studios on the Southbank to watch a studio taping of the popular daytime talk show “Loose Women”.
Former Leyton Sixth Form student Mudessar Ali has been offered the chance to create the interior and exterior of a showroom for Feathers UAE luxury goods firm in Dubai.
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