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November & The December 2012 Creative Performing Arts

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A programme of delights‌ I very much believe that one of the best ways of giving children confidence, a sense of purpose and a desire to keep on learning, is to stimulate them more generally and not just to focus on the basics of a good education. All subjects play their part but there are few activities more likely to make you want to develop further your talents and potential than the arts in all their forms. We are blessed at Truro School with access to the highest quality of music, drama and art in such superb venues as the Burrell Theatre, the Chapel and the Heseltine Gallery. This, combined with inspirational teaching and talented children, provides a rich menu of the arts which informs and stimulates all our education. I am therefore delighted that these opportunities are now to be showcased under this impressive programme which will enrich our lives. P K Smith Headmaster The Burrell Theatre

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November 2012 n The Hannah

Woodman Exhibition at the Heseltine Gallery ‘A Journey Inland: From the Sea to the Garden, Cornish Paintings 2012’ 7 November 2012 to 29 November 2012 Mondays and Thursdays from 5pm to 7pm Saturdays from 11am to 3pm Visit www.heseltinegallery.co.uk to view the exhibition online and to check opening times and directions.

Hannah Woodman Hannah is a contemporary British landscape painter. Based in Cornwall, she works out of her studio near St. Agnes, and is widely exhibited and collected both nationally and internationally. She says: “This exhibition is a collection of paintings and drawings made over the past two years exploring some of the defining landscapes of Cornwall. Beginning at the coast and working inland, I’ve found myself on a path from the wildness of the sea through the geography of rural isolation to the more pastoral and structured gardens that characterise the county as a home of botanical interest.”


n n Truro School Theatre present

OLIVER!

Burrell Theatre, Truro School Wednesday 21 November to Saturday 24 November at 7.30pm

More?… More? You want to enjoy another whole school fantastic musical brought to you by the talented pupils and staff of the drama and music departments? You want to see another interesting and stylish take on a classic directed by cube theatre? You want to laugh and cry and sing along...? Then come along and consider yourself part of the family...! Audience: All ages n Tickets £8 or £5 for concessions. Visit www.burrelltheatre.com for more information.

n Blue Orange Theatre present

Misery

Burrell Theatre, Truro School Friday 30 November at 7.30pm Adapted from Stephen King’s award winning novel by Simon Moore, (writer of acclaimed movie ‘Traffik’), Misery is a dark and twisting tale with an unexpected end. Popular romance novelist Paul Sheldon retires to Colorado to write the final work in a successful series featuring his heroine Misery Chastain. He crashes his car and regains consciousness in a farmhouse that is cut off from the outside world by a blizzard. His legs crushed, he can only rely on the woman who saved him, Annie, his number one fan. Audience: Age 15+ n Tickets £9 or £6 for concessions. Visit www.burrelltheatre.com for more information.


December 2012 n Neshima Dance Company and Swerve Dance Theatre Company present

Subtext

Burrell Theatre, Truro School Saturday 1 December at 7.30pm Subtext is a rare opportunity to experience two emerging South West based dance companies who have been applauded as exciting and accessible. Subtext is a dynamic and contemporary evening exploring the themes of languages and communication using unique and explosive dance fused with witty and vibrant theatre. The performance investigates the nuances and rhythms of language, physicalizes the subtlety of routine communication, and guides the audience through a journey of words. Audience: Age 10+ n Tickets ÂŁ8 or ÂŁ5 for concessions Visit www.burrelltheatre.com for more information.


n John O’Carroll and the Oasis

Project at the Heseltine Gallery 5 December to 15 December 2012 Mondays and Thursdays 5pm to 7pm Saturdays 11am to 3pm Visit www.heseltinegallery.co.uk to view the exhibition online and to check opening times and directions.

‘Source – An Archaeology of Place’ This exhibition is about the time and place where science and art meet archaeology. My work speaks about the landscape of change and transition and becomes part of it. Representing light, absorbing it and changing it - employing the processes of alchemy, wind, erosion and time in its making.

Artist John O’Carroll Although based in Cornwall, John has spent much of his adult life abroad, working and exhibiting in America, The Netherlands, and Egypt. For the last 25 years he has also consistently worked as an archaeological illustrator in the Dakhla Oasis in Egypt’s Western Desert. Whilst there, John has developed his own contemporary art practise incorporating ancient techniques, such as Encaustic - using natural pigments with layers of wax.


n Miracle Theatre present

Frankenstein!

Burrell Theatre, Truro School Saturday 8 December and Sunday 9 December 2012 at 7.30pm A futuristic monster musical of love, revenge and short circuits. When power is cut off from the Eternalife Cryonics facility, Dr Frankenstein must race against time to construct a superhuman of epic proportions that can carry the precious genes of the rich and famous into the future. Miracle Theatre’s adaptation is complete with original foot-tapping songs, dazzling dance routines and Technicolor wizardry, Miracle transforms this dark classic into thoughtful but eye-wateringly funny family entertainment. Audience: Age 10+ n Tickets £8 or £5 for concessions Visit www.burrelltheatre.com for more information.

n Truro School Music Department present

The Christmas Concert, Truro School Chapel

Monday 10 December n Two repeat performances at 4.30pm and 7.00pm. Tickets are free of charge and available from the Music Department, Truro School. Please contact Jenny Keymer on 01872 246097 or email jsk@truroschool.com.

n Truro School Music Department present

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, Truro School Chapel Thursday 13 December at 7.00pm. Tickets are free of charge and available from the Music Department, Truro School. . Please contact Jenny Keymer on 01872 246097 or email jsk@truroschool.com.


How To Find Us

The Heseltine Gallery and the Burrell Theatre are based at Truro School, please see the campus map below for exact locations. The musical performances are both staged in the Truro School Chapel, which can also be found on the map below. Free parking is available on the school campus.

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Truro School, Trennick Lane, Truro, TR1 1TH • 01872 272763

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