These are just a few key dates and student performance events happening at The Studio@TPS over the coming months. Please go to our Box Office at www.thelittleboxoffice.com/tps to purchase tickets for our shows.
9 February 2017 Music Ensemble Evening
16 February 2017 Year 11 Music Evening
17th March 2017 Comedy Night
Over the years we have had a wide range of events programmed from poetry recitals from Poet Laureates through to cutting edge international dance companies. During 2016 we have had an eclectic range of shows tour to The Studio@TPS as part of wider national tours. Redheart Theatre Company toured with the fabulous Gothic Tales and Proteus Theatre’s Little Red offered a modern retelling of a classic fairy tale. Orange Tree Theatre and Farnham Maltings Production of Joe and Jess was well received by our teenage and young adult audience in November. Our Christmas events includes
Comedy Club for Kids which will give families with children aged 6+ the chance to enjoy an evening of family friendly stand-up comedy.
We also provide a venue for other companies to host their own regular events, including a monthly Tots Disco on the second Saturday of each month.
We work with local organisations, schools and companies throughout the year. For regular updates, please subscribe to our mailing list, follow us on our TPS website page and keep checking our box office website at www.thelittleboxoffice.com/tps
Recent Events and Reviews:
We love to hear from our patrons, especially reading reviews of our shows. We try to update our reviews regularly, which give us the opportunity to receive feedback from the community. If you are one of our Studio@TPS Patrons and would like to submit feedback, comments or reviews to be published on our website, please submit them to Studiomanager@Petersfieldschool.com
Gothic Tales Review:
On Wednesday 2 March Redheart Theatre Company visited the Studio for an evening of gothic storytelling. The evening included three Victorian ghost stories including Charles Dickens’ The Signalman, The Red Room by HG Wells and Tell-tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe. The audience was spellbound by the different characters all played by one actor. One GCSE Drama student commented, “I now understand how an actor can play more than one role and use pause to add tension.” The whole performance was enhanced by the use of chilling music, lighting and sound effects to ramp up the tension. The production was an excellent chance to see some of the texts we study in school performed in an affecting way.