Our second year full-time Performing and Production Arts students present an evening inspired by Joan Littlewood’s pioneering satirical masterpiece “Oh What a Lovely War”.
First performed in 1963, the piece examines the true costs of war through the lens of a music hall revue. A touching yet uplifting look at the futility of war brought to life on stage by NAPA and Wilberforce College’s young performers.
*Ticket prices have been reduced for this performance due to a short running time of around one hour.
NAPA is an organisation specialising in dance, drama and musical theatre for young people. With an exceptionally talented roster of students, the organisation regularly holds performances, from old favourites to experimental new pieces.