Dates & Times

Wed 05 May 2021
7:00pm
Pay What You Decide
Thu 06 May 2021
7:00pm
Pay What You Decide

Pay What You Decide Info

Students from the BA (Hons) Acting for Stage & Screen at The Northern School of Art present the classic Greek tragedy Antigone by Sophocles. The play looks at power and the place of the individual within society. This adaptation draws links with current ideas around media and democracy, with the themes feeling more relevant now than ever. The play will be supported technically by students from BA (Hons) Film, Television and Theatre Production as part of their ongoing interdisciplinary collaborations.

The programme has been designed by working professionals to allow students to develop the skills required for performing on stage and screen. This joint approach gives experience of both mediums and offers the student a distinct advantage in the job market or to explore further the craft of Acting. Students develop core acting skills in voice, characterisation and physicality which are to be utilised in performances for stage and screen. More information on the course can be found here.

Please note: If you haven’t joined us for a ‘Pay What You Decide’ event before, this means that tickets can be booked in advance as usual, but there is no obligation to pay until after you have watched. While we’re very grateful for general donations made to ARC at the time of booking, please be aware that only payments made as part of the Pay What You Decide process at the end of the performance can be counted as part of your Pay What You Decide payment. Details of how you can make your payment will be emailed to you after the show and will also be made available via our social media channels.

This performance will be online and access will be via our dedicated streaming service. Click here to log in with your usual ARC account details (if you’ve forgotten your log in details, the email address will be the one that normally receives emails from us, and your password can easily be reset from the log in page).