Rossall Arts Festival

Rossall Arts Festival

17th to 30th March 2019
With so many of the School wanting to take part in the Rossall Arts Festival, the 2019 festival is a bumper packed two weeks of art, music, dance and drama.
Below is the full itinerary and details of where to book. Please note parents are welcome to attend the events marked with a (P) and not all events require you to book.

A Night at the MusicalsSunday 17th March, Big School at 7.00pm (P)
Infant Assembly ConcertMonday 18th March, Infant Hall at 8.45am (P)
Keyboard Showcase ORGANMonday 18th March, Chapel at 1.45pm
Keyboard Showcase PIANOMonday 18th March, Museum Theatre at 7.00pm (P)
Junior Assembly ConcertTuesday 19th March, Infant Hall and Museum Theatre at 8.45am (P)
Speech and DramaTuesday 19th March, Performing Arts Studio at 6.30pm (P)
Lunchtime JazzWednesday 20th March, Dining Hall at 1.30pm
Junior School Big Sing ShowcaseThursday 21st March, Chapel at 2.30pm (P)
SENIOR PRODUCTION Blood BrothersThursday 21st March and Friday 22nd March, Performing Arts Studio at 7.00pm (P)
Band NightFriday 22nd March, Mondo’s at 8.00pm (P)
House Individual Music CompetitionSaturday 23rd March, Museum Theatre at 2.00pm
Inter-House Battle of the BandsSaturday 23rd March, Museum Theatre at 7.00pm (P)
Chamber Music AfternoonSunday 24th March, Museum Theatre at 2.00pm (P). 
Dance ShowcaseMonday 25th March, Performing Arts Studio at 7.00pm (P)
Poetry Please – Tuesday 26th March, Performing Arts Studio at 7.00pm (P)
JUNIOR PRODUCTION Peter PanWednesday 27th March and Thursday 28th March, Big School at 6.30pm (P)
Art ExhibitionTuesday 28th March, Art Department at 5.30pm (P)
International SongfestFriday 29th March, Mondo’s at 1.45pm
String SpectacularFriday 29th March, Museum Theatre at 7.00pm (P)
Music in Mondo’sFriday 29th March, Mondo’s at 7.00pm (P)
Come & Sing, Mozart RequiemSaturday 30th March, Chapel at 4.00pm (P). £5 admission.

There is only a charge for Blood Brothers, Peter Pan and Come & Sing. All other events are free.
Events with a retiring collection will be in aid of Trinity Hospice and Brian House Children’s Hospice.

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