Audition AnnouncementOur next acting production for ages 14-18 is Durang/Durang, a collection of short plays by Christopher Durang, and will be performed by a mixture of current students, GAA Alumni and GAA staff. Durang/Durang is an opportunity to collaborate and invites students to take on a variety of performance and production roles.Auditions will take place in the form of a workshop on Sunday 16th February at 4 o'clock, and are open to anyone aged 14-18.Get in touch NOW to book an audition place!
Lord of the Flies Audition
Our next acting production for ages 10-14 is Lord of the Flies. This play tells the story of a group of young people who find themselves alone on a deserted island. They develop rules and a system of organisation, but without any adults, how will things play out...?Auditions take place on Thursday 13th February and are open to anyone aged 10-14.There will be a workshop along with script work from 5pm-8pm.Get in touch NOW to book an audition place!
GAA's 2020 Musical will be Seussical the Musical. The celebrated books by Dr. Seuss have been turned into an exciting musical for the whole family.Auditions will be held on January 8th from 5pm-8pm. Open to ages 12-18. Book your audition place now by calling 0141 237 7140, email email@example.com or message our Facebook page.
Our very own Steve is once again treading the boards of Hamilton Townhouse as Widow Twankey in Aladdin and we are going to see it! The trip on Sunday 8th December includes transportation to and from GAA and the ticket for the show. The cost is £18. There are only 37 spaces to get your name down quick!
GAALLOWEEN is back! Friday 1st November, all students aged 8-18 get yourself along to GAA for a spooky night of dancing, games, costume parade and more! Only £5.
THURSDAY, 8:45AM, MS MCHUGH’S RMPS CLASSROOM’What would you say if you were only given the chance? RMPSILOVEYOU takes you inside the brains of young people who all want the same thing at the end of the day - acceptance, relief, love, and to pass goddamn R.E. How hard could it be? RMPSILOVEYOU is an original piece of writing by GAA students, Fallon Docherty, Finn Loveman and Milly Sweeney. Friday 4th/Saturday 5th October.
The senior musical theatre technique class presents ‘Purpose’ on the 8th and 9th September at the Wild Cabaret. Tickets at £10 can be purchased in the GAA office. Get your tickets now for a night of cabaret.