Students highlight environmental problems in dance show
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STUDENTS HIGHLIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN DANCE SHOW

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27th January 2020

Performing arts students at City of Wolverhampton College will be highlighting the environmental problems caused by plastic waste and global warming when they take to the stage in their annual dance show. 

 Around 30 students, who are studying for UAL diplomas and extended diplomas in performing arts, will be putting on the show at the Paget Road campus on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 February.   

The performers will be showcasing their skills in choreography and movement techniques and playing music on instruments sourced or made from materials destined for landfill, whilst students studying for UAL diplomas and extended diplomas in music technology will be providing technical support at the event. 

The show starts at 7pm and tickets, costing £3 can be purchased on the door or in advance from the reception desk at the Paget Road campus.  

The college – which was named as Training Provider of the Year for its creative arts course at the Creative and Cultural Skills Awards 2019 – is currently auditioning for performing arts courses starting in September. Find out more here or call Tel: 01902 836000 

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