The Braeburn Arts evening, at Monday 19th November, was a huge success. There were many different performances from our BTEC media, art, dance and drama students. The theme of this performing arts evening was a contrast between happy moments and dark topics, such as Josephine Kiaga's movie about domestic violence, our Art student's stunning drawings and paintings, the Year 10 and 11 Drama performances, a dance performance from our dance BTEC students and a dance from our future dance BTEC students, were all unique in their own way and had their own hidden meanings.
The nervousness felt by our performers was completely gone once they entered the stage, introduced themselves and started to present their act, and they all stepped up and presented themselves as confident and strong. Our Year 11 had two self-devised pieces: ‘Choices’, a story about a girl inside her mind and her choice to believe in negative or positive things which tackled many different emotions such as anxiety, anger and depression which lead to suicide, and ‘Malboro’, a story reflecting the struggle about street kids and children running away from their homes in Tanzania. It had a comedically twist on the sadness of their lives. These two pieces were made out of a stimulus, which can be a quote, picture or story heading and was enjoyed by the audience as well as the actors.
Our BTEC dancers showed us an incredible contemporary dance, which was about not talking life for granted and very strong relationships. It was the last performance of the evening and left a calm and peaceful atmosphere.
Everyone enjoyed themselves and did amazingly well. What a wonderful celebration of BISA Arts!