…The Scottish Play


LIII students enjoyed a theatrical performance of Shakespeare’s much-loved play Macbeth, fully embracing their roles with confidence and enthusiasm.

They explored Shakespeare’s rich, evocative language, delving into its rhythms and meanings, which added depth to their portrayals.

The themes of power, ambition, and fate were explored with excitement and dramatic acting. LIII enjoyed taking part in a workshop and a collaborative performance with Anthony Glenn and ended the day with big smiles on their faces and a new love for Shakespeare.

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