This week saw Shrewsbury School take part in The Big Draw Festival 2021.
There have been a range of musical achievements for our Salopians this term.
Old Salopians are reminded to get their artwork submitted ahead of OS Day next week.
Ahead of performing scenes from Caroline Bird’s adaptation of ‘Trojan Women’, Lower Sixth pupils were given the opportunity to talk with the original cast of the play in a Zoom call.
Director of Drama, Helen Brown, reflects on the incredible performances of Fame.
Shrewsbury School hosted its Summer Concert on Friday, June 25th to a live audience.
The Art Faculty is excited to showcase all the GCSE and A-Level art and photography work in the gallery for the final show.
A Sixth Form pupil has been awarded a scholarship at a private art school in Florence.
The Crucible, first performed in 1953, is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest plays of the twentieth century.
The return of audiences has seen the Music Department host both lunchtime and a Friday night concert.
Two Shrewsbury pupils have been offered places at the National Youth Theatre (NYT).
Students in the third form have had their artwork selected to be displayed throughout Shrewsbury as part of the Great British Art Exhibition.
The pair will work with the National Youth Music Theatre (NYMT) on their summer production of Billy the Kid.
There have been some exciting developments for Salopian Dance this week
An opportunity to watch our latest Salop's Got Musical Talent concert plus a Visting Music Teachers Showcase.
Earlier this term the Art Department welcomed Ben Street (virtually), who gave a fascinating and timely talk on Kara Walker’s striking work Fons Americanus, currently on display in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
Salopians have received a big ‘thank you’ after Christmas cards designed by art scholars and sold by Creative Arts students raised more than £700 for charity.
The Art Department is hosting a special online lecture given by art historian and writer, Ben Street.
Welcome to our Shrewsbury School Art Faculty Gallery page!
At the end of the Michaelmas Term Kate W (M, 5th) took her ISTD grade 6 tap exam virtually from the dance studio in the Barnes Theatre.
The rich heritage of elite musicians continues this year with two of our U6th music scholars being offered places at leading UK Conservatoires.
This week the ladies of The Grove brought a joyously irreverent Pride and Prejudice to the Barnes Theatre that saw over half the house treading the boards.
This year’s House Art Competition was part of our BIG DRAW event and the theme for 2020 theme was ‘a climate of change’.
This week the gentlemen of Severn Hill opened the new Barnes Theatre with their witty and stylish production of Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound.
Wednesday 4th November saw our first lunchtime drama showcase in the foyer of the Barnes Theatre.
Independent School of the Year 2020
Shrewsbury School, The Schools, Shrewsbury, SY3 7BA • 01743 280500 • email@example.com
Copyright © 2021 Shrewsbury School is a Registered Charity, No. 528413. All rights reserved. Site map