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Performing Arts

At Dauntsey's, everyone has the opportunity to get involved in music, drama and dance, and you will find the First Form mingling with the Sixth Form, and future professionals working alongside people who simply want to get up and 'have a go'.

With concerts or recitals most weeks, six or seven drama productions every year and a major dance showcase, there is plenty of opportunity and choice.

The  performing arts are among the school’s great strengths, attracting audiences of more than 500 for major concerts or shows. They are so much a part of the fabric of life here that pupils arrive for rehearsals straight off the Astro turf or out of the classroom, ready to change mental gear and take up an entirely different challenge.

Over the years I have struggled with confidence but at each audition I've gone to I've become stronger and stronger.Aurora, Sixth Form Pupil

Dance

There are many opportunities to enjoy Dance at Dauntsey's and classes are open to all pupils, both boys and girls, experienced dancers and those pupils who are new to this discipline.

Drama

Drama is thriving at Dauntsey's and the School has become well known for the high standard of its productions, all of which are open to the public.

Music

Music plays an important part in the life of the School and whether it be academically, socially or spiritually, music touches the life of every Dauntseian.

Speech & Drama

Speech and Drama are available to pupils across the school; students can choose to study Acting, Devising or Shakespeare.

Facilities

Forthcoming Events

Details of our forthcoming productions and events and booking links can be found here

The Gallery

Take a look at some of our previous productions as well as other images of life at Dauntsey's .

Latest News

Tech Crew visit London

Last weekend, a number our Tech Crew visited London to experience theatre life first-hand. 

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‘Jekyll & Hyde’ comes to Dauntsey’s

Last week the Memorial Hall was transformed into Victorian London as a cast of 15, supported by an assistant director and seven technicians, all from the Fifth and Sixth Forms, staged a daring new production of ‘Jekyll & Hyde’. 

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Gilliat Singing Competition 2022

Congratulations go to Sixth Former Rhys, who won the 2022 Gilliat Singing Competition, adjudicated by the amazing soprano, Emma Brain-Gabbott. 

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