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    QM Shortlisted for Performing Arts School of the Year Award

    QM is ending the school year on a high note after being shortlisted in the ‘Performing Arts School of the Year’ category of the Independent Schools of the Year Awards 2019. The news comes just two weeks after the School was judged as ‘Excellent’ by inspectors and reflects the quality of the work produced by

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    Hetty Feather

    The heart-warming story of Hetty Feather’s search for her mother truly charmed the audience at each performance. One parent said “I thought the whole production was just excellent, and of a quality that genuinely defied the girls’ ages.” The Chapman Theatre was transformed into a circus tent as the cast delighted guests with scenes of daring

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    Hetty Feather: Tickets and VIP Drinks Reception

    Tickets are now available for this year’s Junior Drama Production, Hetty Feather, which is being performed on Thursday 27, Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June at 19:30. Hetty Feather is a thrilling adventure, following the story of one of Jacqueline Wilson’s best-loved characters. As Hetty attempts to find her place in the world, she is

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    Writer’s Seal of Approval for Blue Stockings

    We can’t think of a more appropriate piece of drama for our girls to have recreated than that of Blue Stockings. Following the story of four young women over one academic year at Girton College, Cambridge, Blue Stockings is a reminder of the fight for education that women had during the 19th century. When their male peers graduated, the

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    ‘Blue Stockings’

    Our fantastic new Senior Production of Blue Stockings will take place at 19:30 in The Chapman Theatre on Thursday 28, Friday 29 and Saturday 30 March. Blue Stockings, by Director and Writer, Jessica Swale, follows the story of four young women fighting for education and self-determination against the larger backdrop of women’s suffrage. Set in

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    The West End Comes to QM

    Join us for a fantastic evening as girls from Years I – LVI take on some of the most popular yet challenging songs and acting pieces that have graced the West End stage and Hollywood. Songs from Wicked, Les Misérables, Matilda and more will be teamed with a selection of scenes including excerpts by Harold Pinter and Monty

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    Romeo and Juliet

    Year II and A Level Drama and Theatre Studies students enjoyed a very modern take on Romeo and Juliet at West Yorkshire Playhouse last week. The juniors are studying the play in their English lessons, while for the seniors it is a set text. Both groups and their accompanying teachers enjoyed a vibrant production containing,

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    LVI Theatre Studies Trip

    The LVI Theatre Studies class recently attended an innovative production of ‘Pygmalion’ at the West Yorkshire Playhouse performed by Headlong Theatre Company. Bernard Shaw’s classic play ‘Pygmalion’ was given a radical revival for the 21st century. Written over one hundred years ago, the social and political issues raised seem as relevant now as they were

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    ‘A Christmas Carol': Official Photos

    QM’s superb version of the popular Christmas classic had all the structure of a pantomime whilst maintaining the traditional story centred on London’s meanest inhabitant, Ebenezer Scrooge. The performance was packed with colourful characters, gags, lots of audience participation, and certainly got everyone in the festive spirit. Congratulations to the very talented cast and crew.

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    Theatre Trips: ‘Spamalot’ and ‘Blood Brothers’

    80 girls from Years III to UVI and 16 staff recently took over the Grand Circle at the Grand Opera House in York to see Pick Me Up Theatre’s new production of ‘Spamalot’. For many of the girls it was their first introduction to the absurd and hilarious world of Monty Python’s Flying Circus in