College Production

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There are many elements to get involved in within the College Production, whether you want to sing, dance, act, direct, play an instrument or work backstage, there is a role for you. The production is open to everyone, regardless of previous experience or course options, resulting in the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people with different talents, all of which are required to bring the show together. Cross College Production is open to all who wish to perform in our spectacular annual musical theatre production held in March/April time. Last years production saw a sell out performance of Sister Act. This years production is Bring it on!

• Two timetabled lessons per week

• Audition for lead roles

• Acting, singing and dancing roles

• Technical and backstage crew opportunities

• Fully licensed show performed live in our in-house theatre to the public

College Production is also compulsory for any students studying BTEC Diploma Performing Arts (Acting), BTEC Diploma Performing Arts (Dance) or BTEC Extended Diploma in Performing Arts


There are two timetabled slots for the college enrichment per week. Performances will also take place outside of the normal college hours.


Experience working in all elements of a large scale production from acting, singing, dancing, backstage, costuming, set design and also our student led technical production team. You gain valuable skills in multi roles, swings, choreography and stage directions.


This enrichment is free, however, there may be a small cost for costume.


David Danville,

My experience at Wyke has been an overwhelming success. I thought that moving from a small school to a larger college would be a daunting experience yet it wasn’t at all. Everyone is so friendly and approachable. Flyers has provided me with so many useful skills and experiences which I will never forget.

Sam Winstanley, Former The Market Weight School Student
Study Programme at Wyke: Maths, Chemistry and Geography
Current Destination: University of Nottingham, Chemical Engineering

The independence and opportunity to meet new people was why I chose to study my A Levels at the College. I enjoyed being able to complete an EPQ as it allowed me to research and write about a topic I found interesting.

Lucy Moir, Former Beverley High School Student
Study Programme at Wyke: English Literature, Drama & Theatre and Government & Politics
Current Destination: University of Sussex, American Studies

I knew Wyke was the College I wanted to study at because I felt it had a much more mature and relaxed environment than other colleges. I knew I wanted to study Human, Social and Political Sciences at university and my teachers and Flyers mentor offered me additional support sessions to further develop my knowledge in these areas.

Magda Wilson, Former St. Mary’s School Student
Study Programme at Wyke: Media Studies, Psychology, Sociology
Current Destination: University of Edinburgh, Sociology & Social Anthropology

I was attracted to studying at Wyke because it offered me with many opportunities that would allow me to progress into Higher Education. Being a Flyer I have gained invaluable skills, experiences and support with my personal statement for university.

Bryan Yalung, Former Vale Academy Student
Study Programme at Wyke: Biology, Chemistry and History
Current Destination: University of Nottingham, Chemistry