A few words from stained-glass artist & College Programmes Coordinator, David Lilly

A few words from stained-glass artist & College Programmes Coordinator, David Lilly

I only wish SML had been around when I was at school…. Those were my first thoughts after I had read the job advert and watched the YouTube video. Being colour-blind I had been told in no uncertain terms that pursuing a career in the arts was a complete waste of time for me. Even though I loved (and still do) making ‘stuff’ and drawing and painting abstracts in oils I was not going to become at artist – according to my school. So, many, many years later (and with some glee) I defied my teachers and became a stained-glass […]

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The SML College Production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

The SML College Production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Review by Lee Turnbull Arrival of the parents was the most terrifying part of the whole production, student excitement turned to anxiety within the first five seconds of everyone assembling. Our production was chaos turned to comedy, Monty Python would have been proud. Notable performances as follows: Everyone forgetting lines and putting their own words in, students mixing up their scenes and arriving early or late. A useless prompt who couldn’t help me ( Benvolio) resulting in my having to run backstage to get my script! Ochre as Juliet on her knees to Mayan (Lord Capulet) begging forgiveness, lost her […]

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