Musical Theatre

Level 3 & 4

Lockdown Solo Films

Jasmine McSwan

Level 3 Diploma MT

My film is called “Where do we go when we die, if anywhere at all?”. I wanted to create a piece that merges two unlikely things- comfort and death. With research conducted by Dr Raymond Moody, I try to answer the question. 

Matthew Stevens

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

My film is titled: ‘a matter of love and death’, following the narrative of a recently deceased artist attempting to overcome their perfectionism in order to pass through to the afterlife. This film is based on my own experiences, while tying together the vibes of Bridgerton and Fleabag, to say that you are good enough. Enjoy! :)

Reuben Farrant 

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

Hi I’m Reuben and this is my solo film project ‘Just Do You!’ I wrote this song to display the story of a boy trying to find himself to highlight some important issues towards toxic masculinity and gender stereotypes within society. In a nutshell, LOVE YOURSELF, you’re amazing. Enjoy :)

Sophie Sheppard

Level 3 Diploma MT

My film is called “Remember The Time.’ In the piece I explore the effects of change and the different ways I've found people I know grieve and deal with change. I wanted to create a piece that has something in it that people can relate to.

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Mia Evans

Level 4 Professional Diploma in Performance

My two solo films are to address the current situations rising globally. They’re to highlight the struggles of the performing arts industry during COVID-19 and also to address the global warming crisis. I wanted to use my skills creatively to bring awareness  to these pressing issues. Hope you enjoy! 

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Mia Evans

Level 4 Professional Diploma in Performance

My two solo films are to address the current situations rising globally. They’re to highlight the struggles of the performing arts industry during COVID-19 and also to address the global warming crisis. I wanted to use my skills creatively to bring awareness  to these pressing issues. Hope you enjoy! 

Lara Beale 

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

The title of my film is “The Change Starts Now” and through the use of makeup and digital drawings it explores political movements, such as feminism, racism and LGBTQ+ and how it makes different people in society feel on the inside. It’s a topic i’m very passionate about and feel it needs to be discussed more. 

Hanna O’Connor

Level 3 Diploma MT

Hello, I’m Hanna and this is my film called ‘There’s Still Hope’. I made this piece based on real and current missing people. I have created it to provide a message of hope and awareness to both the families of those missing and the audience watching. Enjoy!

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Alfie Newman

Level 3 Diploma MT

My solo film is called: “The Effects of Grief”. In this piece I wanted to capture different kinds of emotions people experience when they lose a loved one. The two I focused on were happiness and anger. Ultimately I wanted to show people the impact grief can have on someone.

Hope Coren

Level 4 Professional Diploma in Performance

My film is about the effect the COVID -19 pandemic has had on the arts industry and the way it has been neglected by the government. It is to show how as an industry we will continue to do what we love and persevere until we can be on stage again. Hope you enjoy! 

Patrick Sims

Level 3 Diploma MT 

My film is a story about how life may be in the future and how a comedic optimist may take things. I called it  ‘light take on an apocalypse’ because it's fun to see the normally depressing apocalyptic theme and make something funny out of it.

Cordelia Brand

Level 3 Diploma MT

My Film is called “Home of my mind” and it is about the freeing feeling that creativity and imagination can provide, and how in hard times like this where we feel very trapped, we should turn to the arts to bring us joy and let our minds run free.

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Abigail Eames

Level 3 Diploma MT

Hello my name is Abigail Eames and this is my short film called Free. Free explores a toxic relationship through the victims eyes. We see the stages of the relationship and what it is like to be trapped. I hope you enjoy it

Angel-Grace Rutherford

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

I’ve always felt uncomfortable in my smile and laugh, I wrote this song to show how we ALL actually are pretty despite the parts that we hate about ourselves. It’s about finding comfort in those things and not putting yourself down but instead realising you’re beautiful in the mind, body and soul you’re in. <3

Evie Finkle

Level 3 Diploma MT

My film is about finding people's individual definition of their womanhood and what that means in regards to their identity. I explore what it means to them, where they find their connection to it and whether it is something that ultimately causes them joy or pain. If there is one message I want people to come away with after watching my film, it is that you should live by your own rules- live for your own interests and passion- and not the rigid binaries of gender identity.

Amelia Brooks

Level 3 Diploma MT

My film is called ‘She’ and it’s about the concept/ question of ‘what would you say if you could talk to your younger self?’ The film includes mine, and a few others answers to that question! :)

Lia Nacci

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

My film is called ‘Body Dysmorphia’. I have created this piece to represent how someone suffering with body dysmorphia might feel. I also created this to spread awareness of how many people struggle with insecurities and anxiety, and how you shouldn’t comment on other peoples bodies. This is a topic I am personally very passionate about, I hope you enjoy watching :)

Lily Moseley

Level 3 Diploma MT

My short film entitled- Better than Before- is about the dance world and all the expectations that come along with being a dancer. It's about my passion towards dance, and how much dance brings happiness into my life. I hope as you watch this, dancer or non dancer, you learn about the dance industry.  

Margaret Kilmartin

Level 3 Extended Diploma MT

‘What we do’

In this film I am trying to explore how we define our actions as good or bad and if we can make

certain allowances for different actions, and the difference between a petty deed with little

consequences or a more severe one.