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Comedian Milton Jones points at his name on an advertising poster

Milton Jones

Saturday 22 June
20:00 - 22:00
The Pavilion
Tickets are £18.

Join us for a fantastic evening of live music and comedy.

Dauntsey's are proud to announce that award winning comedian, Milton Jones is coming to Dauntsey's. The evening will kick off with live music from our very own Dauntsey's Big Band, Milton will take to the stage after the interval.

All money raised from the evening will be split between Guide Dogs and a charity of Milton's choice. 

Tickets can be booked here.

Refreshments will be available at the bar.
This is a seated event. 

A night sky with twinkling stars set over a silhouette of a city scape with a shadow of a sailing ship flying through the air and Wendy and Peter written across the sky

Wendy & Peter Pan

Monday 24 June - 16:20
Tuesday 25 June - 17:45
Wednesday 26 June - 19:30
The Memorial Hall

Ella Hickson’s modern adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic story puts the character of Wendy firmly centre stage as she becomes convinced that her ‘lost’ brother is in a place called Neverland. Wendy, John and Michael set off with Peter Pan and Tink to bring him back, seeing not only the promise of an awfully big adventure, but also the chance to rediscover the key to their parents’ lost happiness. Once there, Wendy will give the Lost Boys a run for their money, come face to face with Captain Hook and learn what it means to grow up.

Tickets are available to pupils, parents, family and friends and are priced at just £1.

Tickets can be booked here.

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Moulin Rouge

Monday 24 June - 19:30
Tuesday 25 June - 20:15
Thursday 27 June - 16:20
The Memorial Hall

Dauntsey's Dance scholars bring to life Baz Luhrmann’s revolutionary film,  Moulin Rouge.

The tale follows the story of an English poet, Christian, in pursuit of the unconventional ideals of European bohemianism – Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Love. Nowhere is the thrill of the underworld more alive than at the Moulin Rouge, a nightclub where the rich and poor men alike come to be entertained by the dancers. When Christian falls for the star courtesan of the club, Satine, a dangerous love triangle is formed as she has been promised to a Duke in return for his investment in the club. The young lovers attempt to fight all odds to stay together, but another force is taking its toll on Satine that will end their affair for good.

Tickets are available to pupils, parents, family and friends and are priced at just £1.

Tickets can be booked here.

Musical Theatre Singers

Monday 24 June - 16:45
The Pavilion

Join this talented group of Musical Theatre Singers in celebrating the Summer Festival with songs from the shows.

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

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Ensembles Concert

Monday 24 June - 19:00
The Pavilion

An evening of live music performed by some of our amazing musicians at Dauntsey's. 

This evening is a chance for our larger ensembles to showcase their talents with an eclectic mix of genres and styles.

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Monday 24 June - 17:20
Tuesday 25 June - 17:30
Wednesday 26 June - 16:20

Shakespeare’s classic comedy sees waring fairies, rude mechanicals and star-crossed lovers collide in a magical forest outside of “ancient Athens” - all performed in the intimacy of V2.

Theseus loves Hippolyta, Hermia loves Lysander, Lysander loves Hermia, Demetrius used to love Helena but now loves Hermia, Helena loves Demetrius, then Lysander loves Helena, then Demetrius also loves Helena. Oberon is angry with Titania, Titania is angry with Oberon, Oberon punishes Titania by making her fall in love with Bottom. Bottom loves carrots and hay. Lysander loves Hermia again. Demetrius loves Helena again. Titania and Oberon love each other again. They all live happily ever after. Got it?
In this production, Dauntsey’s students from the middle school and sixth form give this superb story a 1960s seaside flavour. Bring your bucket, spade and nobbly knees to this timeless tale where “the course of true love never did run smooth”.

A limited number of Tickets are available for this event to pupils, parents, family and friends and are free of charge.

Tickets can be booked here.

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The Wonderful World of Dissocia

Monday 24 June - 18:15
Tuesday 25 June - 16:20
Thursday 27 June - 18:00

Lisa has lost an hour. To find it she must embark on an extraordinary journey through a surreal landscape in the whimsical realm of Dissocia. Eccentric characters and bizarre landscapes seem determined to block her path and to cover up the truth. Dissocia is hiding something…

With its blend of dark humour, poignant storytelling and a spectacular coup de théâtre, "The Wonderful World of Dissocia" invites you to question the nature of reality and perception. Neilson's thought-provoking exploration of mental health, identity, and the power of imagination is presented by Dauntsey’s Drama Scholars.

Note: This play has been heavily edited and abridged.

This play is not suitable for those under the age of 14.

A limited number of Tickets are available for this event to pupils, parents, family and friends and are free of charge.

Tickets can be booked here.

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Piano and Vocal Recital

Tuesday 25 June - 16:20
The Old Hall

Come along to the Old Hall to be hear our wonderful pianist and singers perform.

There will be a varied mix of genres with something for everyone, from well known classics from the world of Opera to a varied range of piano repertoire.

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

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Brasstastic Buskers

Tuesday 25 June - 16:30
The Quad

Busking takes it to a new level with a dynamic half hour of Brass. 

Join our intrepid performers who are taking to the outdoors to bring you a wide selection of popular music from Movie themes to Rock and Pop.

If you can't make it fear not, you are certain to hear this ensemble throughout the school!

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

Big Band

Tuesday 25 June - 19:00
The Pavilion

Big band is always a winner with our Summer Festival audiences.

Prepare to enjoy some great ne Jazz standards as well as classical gems from their repertoire.  There will be something for everyone to enjoy!

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

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Classics Players

Wednesday 26 June - 14:00
The Quad

Our intrepid First Form present two short plays inspired by Greek Classics.

Come along and bask in the sunshine, hopefully, and enjoy some of the greatest stories the world has ever known!

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

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Chamber Music

Wednesday 26 June - 16:20
The Old Hall

Be prepared to be wowed by an array of chamber music and solos in this, more intimate event.

There will also be tea and cake so come early to to get your seat!

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

Boys dancing on stage

Dance Showcase

Wednesday 26 June - 17:00
The Memorial Hall

This showcase celebrates the work achieved, both in lessons and co-curricular activities, throughout the year from First Form through to Sixth Form with special whole class performances from 1B, 1D, 2A and 2C.

No ticket required, just come along and enjoy.

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Live @ the festival

Wednesday 26 June - 19:30
The Pavilion

This event gives our pupils a chance to showcase their own musical talents.  Musicians throughout the school join forces to collaborate  on a plethora of musical items in the extravaganza of contemporary music.

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.


Thursday 27 June - 19:30
The Pavilion

This is a really special event where our pupils get a chance to channel their inner Rock Stars!

Through out the year bands and formed and rehearse under the guidance of Dan Fraser culminating in these high energy performances which are not to be missed!

Tickets not required, just come along and enjoy.

An art exhibition of pupil's work

Art Exhibitions

The Art School

Private View:
Monday 24 June
17:00 - 20:00
Public Viewing:
Tuesday 25 to Thursday 26 June
16:00 - 17:30

A chance to see the very best and most beautifully curated display of artwork from our pupils this year featuring examination work. 


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Design and Technology Exhibitions

The exhibition is open all day from Tuesday to Friday adjacent to DT.

An opportunity to review the GCSE and A Level projects undertaken this year with a celebratory BBQ planned on Tuesday evening at 18:00 for GCSE and A Level parents and pupils.

The full programme can be downloaded here...

Summer Festival programme