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Over the course of two weeks in March we'll be holding four plays by our Performing Arts students. 

These performances are assessed pieces of work and allow our students to participate in a real working environment with real audiences.  The performances cover a range of key plays by leading playwrights.

All performances take place in our state of the art Sarah Siddons Theatre at our Paddington Green Campus.

On Tuesday 8th March our BTEC Level 1 Performing Arts presents Love & Information

A new play from Caryl Churchill, one of the UK's most influential playwrights.

Someone sneezes. Someone can't get a signal. Someone shares a secret. Someone won't answer the door. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someone's not ready to talk. Someone is her brother's mother. Someone hates irrational numbers. Someone told the police. Someone got a message from the traffic light. Someone's never felt like this before.

In this fast moving kaleidoscope, 18 actors try to make sense of what they know.......

To book tickets, please use the booking form below: 


 Love & Information


On Wednesday 9th March our BTEC Level 3 Subsidary Diploma Performing Arts presents a National Theatre Connections Double Bill:

It Snows
by Bryony Lavery, Steven Hoggett and Scott Graham

Same old story. Boy doesn't meet Girl. Girl doesn't meet Boy. Threatened by terrifying Lads Gang. 
Threatened by awe-inspirinDirected byg Girls Gang. Mum and Dad have declared war... against each other. 
Weird neighbour in the building opposite. Usual ordinary gloominess. Then, one day, it snows. 
Everything changes.

Directed by: Dan Deller-Thompson
Children of Killers
by Katori Hall

The president of Rwanda is releasing the killers. Years after the Tutsi genocide, the perpetrators begin to trickle back into the countryside to be reunited with their villages. A trio of friends, born during the genocide’s bloody aftermath, prepare to meet the men who gave them life. But as the homecoming day draws closer the young men are haunted by the sins of their fathers. Who can you become when violence is your inheritance?

Directed by: Ellie Scanlan

This project will transfer to the Tricyle Theatre on Wednesday 23rd March. More details and ticket information available here:

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 National Theatre Connections Double Bill


On Thursday 17th March our A2 Drama & Theatre Studies presents Clockout:Lightsout

In a world in which we are forced to be ‘sane’ Clockout:LightsOut asks the question, what happens when we cross the border to ‘Insanity’.

Amidst the 21st century society we live in there lies significant issues, which are continuously misunderstood or hidden from wide members of the public, whether it be in Theatre or Television. The piece Clockout:LightsOut discusses masked themes such as Racism, Mental Instability, Neglect and Domestic Abuse. The piece tackles these topics by highlighting them to a viewing contemporary audience. As a collective, we sought to raise awareness for struggles that everyday people like you and me experience. 

Overall the piece provides a platform to subjects that are constantly stigmatised against.

Performers: Bruno D’almeida /Yafatou Jammeh /Faisa Mohamoud / Tonicha Gayle

Tutor: Mark Spillane 

Special thanks to: Craig Hanlon-Smith / Mark Batchelor /Andy Tickell / Lewis Galvin / Ryan Yengo / Glenn Meling / Dan Liggins 

To book tickets, please use the booking form below:





How do I book a ticket for the performances?
To book a ticket, please select the performance you would like to attend, and fill out the on screen instructions.

Do I need to book a place?
Yes, our performanes sell out, and to ensure you are able to attend it is essential you book a ticket in advance. For health and safety reasons, we are not able to accommodate anyone who has not booked.

Do I need to bring written confirmation of my booking with me?
Yes, although your booking will be recorded on our system; however, having a ticket will quicken the check in process - this can be printed or displayed on your smartphone or handheld device. 

What time do I need to arrive?
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your chosen performance in order to check. 

Who can attend?
Performances are available for anybody to attend eg, members of the public, students, staff or parents / carers.

I've booked a ticket but would like a refund?
Tickets are non-refundable or transferable.

I've booked a ticket but I might arrive late. Can I still get in to see the performance?
Unfortunately, as the performances are assessed pieces of work for our students, late comers will not be admitted.

What age requirments are the performances, eg can I bring my children?
The performances are suitable for ages 11+.

Where is City of Westminster College?
Paddington Green Campus (PGC), Paddington Green, London W2 1NB
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How do I get to City of Westminster College?
We are easily reached by the London Underground, bus, and rail. The nearest tube and bus stop is Edgware Road and we are a five minute walk away from the station. Click here for transport information and maps.

Do you have car parking facilities?
We are unable to offer onsite parking facilities.

Do you have bicycle storage facilities?
Yes, we have a small number of covered bicycle racks located to the side of our building. Please note that bicycles are left at the individual's own risk.

Is there anywhere to get something to eat or drink?
We have our own Costa café on the ground floor of the campus which offers a small selection of snacks and drinks. In addition there are a wide range of cafes and restaurants on the nearby Edgware Road.

I would like to know some further information about the performances or would like to ask a question which isn't listed here?
Please email our Performing Arts team using