Creative talents showcased in Honiton
16:58 14 July 2014
GCSE art student Cerys Little pictured with ome of her work during Honiton Community College's creative arts showcase.
The creative talents of Honiton Community College students were celebrated during a special arts showcase.
Drama students Flossie Parker-Gifford, Zara Sillitoe and Jack Haigh perform a melodrama at Honiton Community College's creative arts showcase.
A Level and GCSE students were given the opportunity to show off their talents in the areas of art, graphics, photography, textiles, music and drama at the college’s annual Creative Arts Showcase.
Parents, carers, family and friends were invited along to see the creative talents at the college.
Governor Richmal Shorter, who attended the showcase, said she was really impressed not only by all the work on display but also the body of written work and sketchbook studies that the students produce throughout their courses.
During the event visitors were also treated to music performance from the college samba band, vocal group TVG and Honiton Jazz Project.
Drama students also took centre stage entertaining audiences with a comedic melodrama as well as a preview of the college’s forthcoming summer production Oh, What a Lovely War.
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