School Productions are an important part of the student experience at Teddington. The Dance, Drama and Music departments continually seek opportunities for students to showcase their talents, in school, to parents and the wider community. All three departments contribute to our performing arts enrichment package and encourage students to be creative and imaginative whilst building their confidence and resilience.
Highlights of the school production calendar include:
- Performances for local churches and groups
- School Musical Production
- Dance, Drama and Music show cases
- Individual performances at special events
In 2023 over 100 students and two casts performed the hit musical 'Footloose'. A city teenager moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.
Parent Review:"Fabulous production"
"Congratulations on a fabulous production! Footloose was joyful and fun. The sheer number of students performing was incredible, and there were many more behind the scenes in the orchestra, in charge of the lighting, sound, staging, props, and choreography. It was very impressive to see such talent and teamwork. Thanks to the dedicated staff who pulled it together."
The highlight of the 2022 school calendar was the performance of Bugsy Malone. Set in New York City, it is a gangster spoof, substituting machine guns that fire gobs of whipped cream instead of bullets. The production is based loosely on events in New York and Chicago during the Prohibition era, specifically the exploits of real-life gangsters such as Al Capone and Bugs Moran.
I wish it could be Christmas every day. A special performance produced by James Hawkins.
You're the one that I want. A special performance by our Year 11 BTEC group.
Magic Changes. A special performance by our Year 11 BTEC Group.
Africa. A special performace by our Year 10 BTEC Group.
Lockdown funk by Will Massie.