Latest news within the Creative Visual and Performing Arts
On Friday 29th May, 7.30pm LIFT will be performing at the Taliesin Arts Centre so make sure you get your tickets now! The production will introduce some brand new dancers in the latest offering of innovative choreography and even welcomes back some of the company’s original dancers in a new work developed especially for the showcase. http://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk/performances.php?id=1078
Everyone’s Invited to NPTC Group's Open Evening! On Thursday 26th February the Creative, Visual and Performing Arts Department (Neath Campus) will be holding the first open evening event of 2015, inviting all perspective students to attend.
NPTC Group dancers and TAN Dance work together to promote literacy and numeracy skills to local primary school pupils.
Neath Port Talbot College prides itself on giving the students ‘more than just education’ and this year the Performing Arts department is proud to present the Oracle Performing Arts Company...
Lauren Drew, Performing Arts student is pictured in Neath Male Voice Choir’s annual bursary concert with Performing Arts Course Co-ordinator, Rhian Lloyd and Elysium III, featuring ex-student, Ceri Ann Gregory.
Neath Port Talbot students studying BTEC Extended Diploma in Media Production and the BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts have been working with Producer / Director Antony Smith from Tornado Films, Tornado Films is a local film production company based in Sandfields Business Centre in Port Talbot.
Performing Arts students at Neath Port Talbot College were recently fortunate to perform on the main stage at Disneyland, Paris. Their concert programme included Karl Jenkins’ Adiemus, excerpts from Oliver and The Lion King.