Award winning Norwich independent school Norwich High School for Girls has joined forces with leading arts organisation Norwich Theatre in a new partnership. The girls school has taken up a corporate membership with the independent, not-for-profit charity, to help support their artistic and creative programmes and their work with the community to keep inspiring future generations.
Award winning Norwich independent school Norwich High School for Girls has joined forces with leading arts organisation Norwich Theatre in a new partnership.
Lauren Farley, Business Development Manager at Norwich Theatre and Norwich High School for Girls alumna commented: ‘We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Norwich High School For Girls into our corporate community as our newest member. It is always such a pleasure to welcome new organisations into the community as well as into the theatre, to demonstrate the versatility of offerings available to all organisations, and we very much hope that Norwich High will be able to take full advantage of all of those benefits for both their staff and the school itself. As a Norwich High School alumna, Norwich High holds such fond memories of my education and growing up.”
“The Drama department was an integral part of my passion for the creative arts, allowing me my first foray onto the stage and my passion for theatre to truly flourish. Bringing Norwich High School into the world of Norwich Theatre which means so much to me; has such nostalgic memories for me, and I very much look forward to this relationship growing over the next 12 months.”
Norwich Theatre is the largest arts organisation in the East of England, presenting a vibrant programme of live performance and creative engagement activities to entertain, enrich and inspire audiences of all ages and backgrounds. They are a creative force and culture hub at the heart of Norwich and Norfolk, working with local, national and international partners to create and share extraordinary theatre experiences as well as host the best touring productions the UK and the world have to offer.
“It is a great benefit to have such a successful theatre nearby and the opportunities for students to visit and see excellent productions. This term we have already been to see the outstanding productions of ‘Ocean at the End of the Lane’ and ‘Life of Pi’.”