The standard of production at GAA never fail to blow me away. They are always topical, unique and fresh, and a huge variety from musicals, serious drama, shakespeare, pantomime, improvised and scripted.
Kate Dickie, GAA Patron
'Kojo is 14 but no one believes him; he's just one of the unaccompanied minors arriving in London, abandoned on the streets of the UK. Ara's from Baghdad and still hears the bombs at night. Cheung can do back flips and is from a village in China that is more than a thousand years old. Orphans in London, they are the only family they have now. Together they tell Kojo's story: a story of lost childhood, tall trees and a murder in motion; a murder by a child that everyone says is a man.' The heartbreaking story of Fugee is more relevant in today's society than ever. Our senior students have worked incredibly hard to bring this meaningful story to life. Tickets are on sale now for Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th February 2018.