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Exciting summer of events at SES

As we approach the end of the academic year, another term of exciting music, art and drama events awaits. The summer programme is rich in musical events and there is a wealth of evening concerts showcasing our many bands, choirs and orchestras.

SES Symphony Orchestra Concert

Thursday 28th April – 7.30pm, Oswald Elliott Hall, Stamford School

The Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra give their main concert of the year. Works for the ensembles will include the first movement of Beethoven's iconic Fifth Symphony, and Haydn's ever popular Farewell Symphony. They will be joined by Year 13 soloists Annabelle Rose, Toby Proctor, Colette Russell, Emily Rodriguez and Sophia Blackwell-Frost.

SES Bands’ Concert

Thursday 5th May - 7.30pm, Oswald Elliott Hall, Stamford School

The SES Bands return with their usual eclectic mix of music performed by the Concert Band, Big Band and Senior Brass Ensemble. Expect traditional band music, film scores, jazz standards and lots more besides.

An Evening of Student Directed & Produced Drama

Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th May – 7pm, Ancaster Studio

Year 10 GCSE Drama Students at SHS have taken the brave and exciting decision to adapt, produce and direct two short plays, working with younger students at SHS.

The classic works of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers and Maurice Sendark’s Where the Wild Things Are promise to showcase a delightful range of talent from our girls at the Ancaster Studio at Stamford High School.

SES Summer Concert

Thursday 9th June – 7.30pm, Oswald Elliott Hall, Stamford School

The ever popular summer concert will be a cornucopia of music from our students mainly in Years 7-9. Bands, choirs, orchestras, chamber ensembles and soloists will be on hand to delight.

Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie, adapted by John Caird and Trevor Nunn

29th June – 1st July – 7.30pm, Llowarch Performing Arts Centre

SES Lower School Production

1904, London. As Wendy, John and Michael Darling sleep peacefully in their bedroom, their window blows open and into their lives flies the mischievous Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn’t grow up. With the aid of a little magical fairy dust, come and join our Year 7 – 9 students as they whisk you away to Neverland. Explore the island with the Lost Boys and battle the dastardly Captain Hook – but who will win?

Please note: Tickets for this event are not yet available .  

To book tickets and for full details of all SES upcoming events please visit the Boxoffice.