Presented by Identity Drama School

A one week festival of classical and contemporary plays and showcases coming to you this December.

This December marks the second anniversary of Identity Drama School, the United Kindom’s first black drama school. To celebrate, the school are holding a one-week festival of thought provoking, challenging, and dynamic plays and showcases stemming from both the classical (Shakespeare) and contemporary era. Performed by students of Identity Drama School.




There are four shows

Care Less – December 5th
Doors open at 7.45pm

ID3 (Adults) – December 6th, 7th, & 8th
Doors open at 7.45pm
A unique opportunity to see our strongest students(adults) perform a range of work from Shakespeare to Arthur Miller. A night that reflects our ambition at “Identity Drama School” to showcase new and dynamic performers.
Directed by Anouke Bokkerink (contemporary)& Dickon Tyrell (classical)

ID2 (15 – 18) – December 9th & 10th
Dec 9th:Doors open at 7.45pm
Dec 10th (matinee) Doors open at 3.45pm
“A Midsummer-Night’s Dream” Love…Magic…Parental Conflict… a piece of theatre that is the impressive energy of our 15-18 year group … A dream you will not forget! Directed by Dickon Tyrell

ID1 (12 – 15) – December 10th
Doors open at (matinee) 1.00pm (evening) 7.45pm
“Did my heart love till now”? A story of love, hate, revenge, and tragedy. Romeo and Juliet- a production of this very popular and relevant play performed by our young actors who relish the challenge of Shakespeare.
Directed by Dickon Tyrell & Ema Ekpo

Presented by Identity Drama School