A Greek tragedy in Weston

PUBLISHED: 14:00 09 November 2010

Weston  College students, Performing Arts, Extracts Greek plays at Grove Park Bandstand.

Weston College students, Performing Arts, Extracts Greek plays at Grove Park Bandstand.

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THEATRICAL young thespians got their creative juices flowing by reciting passages of ancient plays in Weston town centre.

Weston  College students, Performing Arts, Extracts Greek plays at Grove Park Bandstand.

The budding young performers from Weston College donned togas and golden face masks before heading for the resort’s hotspots to perform extracts from dramas such as Antigone.

The pupils, who are studying for a foundation degree in performing arts, could be seen staging the tragedy, inspired by Greek mythology, at Lovers’ Walk and in Grove Park’s bandstand.


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