A number of pupils from Luckley participated in the National Independent Schools Association Drama competitions during the recent lockdown, with great success!

The students used their Trinity Speech and Drama speeches to compete in the ISA Shakespeare Monologue Competition. We are delighted that in the Key Stage 4 Learnt Monologue section, two of three places went to pupils from Luckley House. Congratulations to Katie F for achieving second place and to Amelia L for her Highly Commended entry.

In the Key Stage 5 Learnt Monologue section, a massive congratulations to Amadou C who placed first overall. An amazing achievement.

All of the performances are available to watch on our Youtube channel:

TARA T-K – JULIA, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA: https://youtu.be/SLUuItWeJk0

AMELIA L – LADY MACBETH, MACBETH: https://youtu.be/3cfvjWWOej8

ROBERT H – GOBBO, MERCHANT OF VENICE: https://youtu.be/pSUuWaNjvBY

KATIE F– QUEEN MARGARET, HENRY VI: https://youtu.be/zltVCynFeQs

AMADOU C – MACBETH, MACBETH: https://youtu.be/ubutRSeT5sM

Our talented GCSE Drama students also competed in the ISA Drama Competition, with Joe C winning ‘Best Senior Male Performer’ and the group winning ‘Best Devised Piece’.

The students worked in the style of Frantic Assembly to explore what it means to be different, and how we deal with change.
Head of Trinity Speech and Drama, Miss Vallance was delighted that the students have been recognised for their efforts!