MAR 27

Invictus Festival Of Performing Arts


Where: Grand Theatre

At Invictus we see the Performing Arts as a vital link between our schools, all of which contain thriving performing Arts departments. We seek to promote the aspirations of our students in all their creative and performing endeavours, especially in the fields of drama, music and dance. We believe that Performing Arts cater for our students learning through enjoyment and much of what we do impacts on student progress and enjoyment of school as a whole. We believe that a Performing Arts education is vital to future generations, since it arms students with many of the intellectual, creative, emotional and physical skills they will need to cope with the challenges of life.

We seek to promote the aspirations of our students in the classroom and beyond through creativity, imagination and enjoyment. Our schools are home to an expanding range of theatre and music projects and many of the Invictus schools are now proud producers of major pieces of musical theatre. In recent months, our productions have included large-scale performances of The Jungle Book, Chicago, Little Shop of Horrors, Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, and Mary Poppins.

Through our timetabled curriculum we offer dance, drama and music from year 7 up to year 13. Students have the opportunity to gain GCSEs and A-levels in Music Technology, Drama and Dance. To complement these academic ventures, we have expanding extra curricular timetables, trips, performances and collaborative initiatives.

From Rock Bands to Choirs, Samba Bands to Orchestras, our ensembles have performed in venues ranging from local village halls to music festivals and from Birmingham Symphony Hall to The Royal Albert Hall, where

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