Trinity School showed real community spirit as staff and students refused to allow lockdown to stop their annual summer production.
Shakespeare in Pieces featured more than forty players performing forty comedic and tragic scenes, all filmed in isolation and edited by Chris Chambers, Head of Drama Productions at Trinity School.
The production was aired at the end of term via YouTube, with hundreds of people tuning in to enjoy the show from the comfort of their homes.
Praised by Sardines magazine as: “Ingenious use of technology, performed by a talented, diverse ensemble from the Trinity community, staff, and students united in Shakespeare.” If you missed the show can view it on-demand on the Trinity School YouTube channel.
Congratulations to all staff and students for not allowing lockdown to dampen their enthusiasm for the arts.
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