Trinity community brush up their Shakespeare with summer lockdown production

Community | 6th July 2020

In true Trinity community spirit, staff and students refused to allow lockdown to halt their plans of an annual summer production.

Shakespeare in Pieces featured forty scenes and forty-plus players in a colourful tapestry of comedy and tragedy, all filmed in isolation and edited by Chris Chambers, Head of Drama Productions.

The show was aired at the end of term on You Tube, with over 200 people tuning in to enjoy the show from their homes.

Praised by Sardines magazine as: “Ingenious use of technology, performed by a talented, diverse ensemble from the Trinity community, staff and students united in Shakespeare.”

 

If you missed it, the show can be viewed on our You Tube channel;

This production follows the hugely successful Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat , show which wowed audiences last December, both unforgettable in their own way. Well done to all involved for such a vibrant and fun production!