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Charlotte - Touring Europe with King Lear

The University's European Theatre Group toured The Merchant of Venice in December 2012: "We need to take half the seats out to keep the set in the back. I hope that’s ok!"

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Emma - 'Thesping' in Cambridge

Back in those tense days when I was a nervous Upper Sixth student awaiting either an acceptance or a rejection letter to study French and Spanish at Emmanuel, one aspect of Cambridge life in particular caused me to check our letter-box daily: I was desperate to be involved in what could arguably be described as the best university theatre scene in the country.

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Joel - Chamber Opera in the Chapel

In 2011, twenty-one singers and instrumentalists performed in Emmanuel’s Chapel a 45 minute-long chamber opera called Nauset, which David Troupes, the librettist, and I had worked on in the second half of 2010.

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Joe - Emma Jazz Band

Emmanuel is a great place to get involved in music, and I have particularly enjoyed singing with the Chapel choir and the running of the College’s jazz band. The band has gone from strength to strength thanks to the enthusiastic support of the College and student body: both the big band and combo perform regularly and we’ve particularly enjoyed performing for the JCR, MCR and Master at various events in College.

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Emer - Time Travel

In the four years I spent at Emmanuel, I was lucky enough to receive three grants to travel during the summer: once to Athens and the Peloponnese, then to Sicily, and finally to central and northern Greece.

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Heather - Sunday in the Park with George

I was fortunate enough to join the 2017 company of the National Youth Music Theatre (NYMT) to take part in a production of Sondheim & Lapine’s Sunday in the Park with George, directed by Hannah Chissick, which ran for six performances at The Other Palace in London’s West End and received five-star reviews.

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