Photo gallery: Norwich show provides a platform for students’ creative skills
Students from City College Norwich put on a spectacular and professional show at The Assembly House last night.
The creative talents of students from City College Norwich came to The Assembly House last night for the annual performing arts and fashion showcase, Platform.
The event showcased the work of students from the School of Creative and Business Industries, creating a show that was full of fashion, music, comedy and art.
Fresh from making an impact at the launch of Norwich Fashion Week, textile students brought their designs to the catwalk with designs that included the white embroidery pieces designed by first year students shown at Norwich Fashion Week last month.
Second year students modelled their own garments which included an impressive array of theatrical and evening garments and a spectacular display of eco-friendly fashions made from recycled material such as plastic and paper, which were showcased in three sets inspired by the circus, horror and oriental themes.
The audience was treated to vibrant performances from City College dance students who combined the elements of jazz, street dance, ballet and contemporary dance, and were amused by the improvised comedy sketches by some of the Performing Arts students.
The event also saw a special guest appearance by up and coming rap artist C.O.L.L. The rapster reached the final of Future Radio's Next Big Thing competition and has made an appearance on BBC Radio Norfolk's Introducing series.
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As well as being in the spotlight, Production Arts students worked behind the scenes to make the show a success.
Jo Pretty, head of the School of Creative and Business Industries at City College Norwich said: 'We have a huge array of creative talent and Platform provides an opportunity for our performing arts and textiles students to bring their work to a wider audience. The students that took part in this year's show, in both on and off stage roles, have all worked incredibly hard to create a memorable evening at The Assembly House'.
See all the pictures from Platform in our photo gallery by clicking on the photo gallery link at the top right hand side of the page.
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