Please remember to renew your membership to gain priority booking for our exciting new programme of productions and events (Sept 2023 – Aug 2024).
7 December at 6.30 pm in the Dance Studio, Performing Arts Block, Ringwood School.
Please come along and find out more about what we do as a charity, our plans for the year and how you can help us support the Performing Arts at Ringwood School. Anybody is welcome to join us for some festive drinks and nibbles – we would love to see you there. Click here for a link to the minutes from last year’s AGM.
Please let us know if you are intending to come by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas Carol Concert
13 and 14 December
Join us for our annual Christmas Carol Concert and start the festive season together as a community. Enjoy a showcase all of the music-making in school, singing and instrumental, in so many different styles – from formal choral performances, sing-a-long carols, instruments and bands, the Big Boys Choir and of course the ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’.
Billy Elliot The Musical
30 January to 3 February
Our main production this year is Billy Elliot the Musical – a stage adaptation of the 2000 film Billy Elliot, with music by Elton John and book and lyrics by Lee Hall. The musical tells the story of Billy, a young boy from a coal mining town in northern England, who discovers his passion for ballet and pursues his dream of becoming a professional dancer. Along the way, he faces the challenges of his family’s financial struggles, his father’s opposition, and the social stigma of being a male ballet dancer.
Celebrate the start of summer with our annual summer concert, with favourite performances from this year’s shows and more.
Disney’s Frozen Jr. – 12 July
Our lower school production is the school adaptation of the West End musical Frozen. The story of two sisters – Elsa who has the power to create and control ice and snow and her fearless younger sister Anna. When Elsa accidentally unleashes an eternal winter on the kingdom, Anna sets out on a journey to find her and end the curse, with the help of a mountain man named Kristoff, a reindeer named Sven, and a snowman named Olaf. Along the way, they face many dangers and discover the true meaning of love and family. Features all the songs from the film including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and “Let It Go”.