ESOL students from the College of North West London have successfully created three dramas which they wrote and staged, created the sets, props and costumes for, and then acted out as a series of short plays at the Kiln theatre.
They were taught by professional actors working with the Kiln in a drama group called Minding the Gap, which works with young people to improve their confidence, articulation and teach them about the dramatic arts The trio of performances took place at the Kiln Theatre, a well-known local venue for showcasing new and emerging talent. The students performed Into the Forest, Country Clash, and Another Day at College, in front of an appreciative audience.
All the students involved, including those on the Entry 2 Study Programme, were praised for their hard work, commitment, and dedication to ensuring that the performances went well.
College of North West London, and the whole United Colleges Group, congratulates the students and staff involved in this project and extends its thanks to the Kiln Theatre for providing this wonderful opportunity.
Stephen Davis, Group Principal and CEO of the United Colleges Group, said:
“Our student actors can be rightly proud of themselves for putting on these brilliant performances.
“They have worked very hard and are a credit to themselves and their college.
“I would also like to send my personal thanks to the Kiln Theatre for giving our students a place in which they can showcase their talents.”