As part of the reopening celebration around the Painted Hall we hosted an event on March 29 entitled Boundless Skies. The performance was a culmination of a series of workshops we’d been running with Richard Navarro-Pollott, professional musician and music teacher. Trinity Laban Conservatoire students, in collaboration with pupils of Simon Langton Boys, composed and choreographed music and movement especially in response to the stories, characters and themes of the Upper Hall.

During the project, the young people experienced the Painted Hall in a magical, inspiring way, bringing that excitement to an audience of young people and adults who have in various ways engaged with our National Lottery Heritage Funded community programmes over the past two years.

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Boundless Skies performance in the Painted Hall

Boundless Skies performance in the Painted Hall