BARTON Peveril Sixth Form College students performed in an immersive production of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to an audience of local residents, friends and family.

Performing Arts: Acting course members guided the audiences around campus whilst performing their ‘90s themed production, ending the event in the remodelled Rose Theatre.

As well as watching the production, audience members could interact with the set and the cast and move around the dynamic stages.

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This is not the first time Barton Peveril students have performed an immersive theatre event; in 2018 students turned campus into a 1950s American high school talent show and in 2019 they recreated Live Aid around the College.

Barton Peveril’s Subject Leader for Performing Arts: Acting, Steven Wilde, said: "The students performances were exceptional and completely surpassed my expectations. The show was an absolute privilege to be a part of."

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