Earlier this term we took our Year 12 Theatre Studies students for a great overnight trip to Pitlochry to see three plays at the Festival Theatre. With the theatre holding its annual reparatory season, we were able to see three very contrasting plays – Alan Ayckbourn’s ‘Improbable Fiction’, Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ and the musical ‘A Little Night Music’ by Stephen Sondheim. It was a lovely trip with lovely weather, really enjoyable shows and a great atmosphere at the Festival Theatre.
Well, look at that building rising from the ground! The steelwork has been erected for the new part of our building and we can start to get a sense of the shape of it.
As you can see from the pictures, it will blend in with the current building beautifully with the roof following the curved shape at a slightly lower level and coming out a little further than the sides of the theatre.
Let’s hope the weather stays as nice as it is at the moment so the workmen can carry on at their current blistering pace!
A big crane…
It all slots neatly into place.