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Amidst Paradise

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…Amidst Paradise -  a multi-disciplinary piece of theatre, inspired by the photographic works of Ed Ruscha.  The piece combines elements of physical theatre, original compositions of electronic soundscape, and an original text based on the stylistic conventions of Irish playwright, Mark O'Rowe. Students involved include HND Performing Arts Year 1 and L3 Music Technology Year 2.

The School of Music and Performing Arts prides itself in introducing students, of both disciplines, to exploring new ways of creating original works.

The works and musings of Ed Ruscha were used as a starting block, from which concepts and ideas were explored and refined. Of particular interest was the 1968 photographic study entitled: Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass…possibly suggesting peril amidst paradise.
Suggested age: 14+


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Open Day

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Interested in studying Music or Performing Arts at the new SERC Space building?
Come along to our open day on 7th March from 2-8pm, get the guided tour and talk to someone in the know!
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SERC Music Skills 18

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The SERC round of the Music Skills NI competition was nearly impossible to judge this year with an excellent standard from all performers.
Congratulations to Dandelions, C22 and Sara-Louise Hutton who go on to the NI finals in Armagh next month.
Watch all the contestants again HERE.
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First Gig

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First gig in the new SPACE Theatre for the FDM students. Plenty of new talent to watch out for here. See it all again by clicking HEREClick HERE for more
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Cinderella

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Congratulations to the cast and crew of another very successful pantomime this year. Click HERE to see more.


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The Rabbit Rooms

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Last Thursday saw the L3 and HND1 Music students perform their most excellent Xmas gig in the Rabbit Rooms, Bangor.
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