Performing arts students to take to the stage

21st May 2013 2:30pm - Return to press releases

Performing arts students with David Tute, leftTickets are on sale for East Riding College’s performing arts students’ latest play, Seven Internet Sins, which will take place in Bridlington on Thursday, May 23.
It will take place at the Spotlight Theatre in West Street with a matinee showing at 2.30pm and an evening performance at 7.30pm.
Seven Internet Sins is a devised contemporary piece which discovers seven aspects of the Internet. It was written by actor and playwright Riley Jones and London performer David Tute, who has previously delivered masterclasses with the students. 

Tutor and director Kat Downing said: "This contemporary theatre piece explores the world of the internet and how it can sometimes prove to be a deadly resource. Devised and created by the students the piece involves high energy dance choreographed by tutor Leanne Hancock and emotional drama, and is a roller coaster ride through the world wide web, including Facebook and organised crime." 

Proceeds will go towards enabling current and future students to continue to perform in regional theatre. The play is an advisory 14+ as it includes some adult content. Tickets are free for students and £3 for non-students, available from the Bridlington campus reception in St Mary’s Walk and from and Bridlington Blinds and Curtains in South Cliff Road. Alternatively, call 0845 120 0037 and ask for Bridlington reception.

Applications for performing arts courses starting in September are now open. Find courses at www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk or call 0845 120 0037.