Students from across UCA saw their hard work showcased in ACT’s collaborative performance of Noye’s Fludde by Benjamin Britten, in Picardy, France last month. This one-act opera, composed in 1957, has become a major collaborative piece, funded by ACT, that has seen the involvement of students from UCA as well as Melbourne Village College, the Royal Opera House Learning and Participation and Southend YMCA. 702 more words
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yesterday i watch this amazing act that was called “The peacock” or in norwegian “pågugelen“.
It was so amazing because it compared the real world to the animal world (plot location). 104 more words