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Our Production of Our Country’s Good


Instead of a live production, we will be creating a filmed version of our Senior School drama production, which will be available to watch on this webpage for three weeks only: Monday 28th June to Sunday 17th July.

Parental Advisory: Rated 12 (some strong language, mild violence and mature sexual themes)


We hope you enjoy our Senior School Production!

PLEASE NOTE:

You need to sign up for a new account using the email address you used when you requested an access code; this can be done by clicking the image below. Please use a password of your choice of at least eight characters. Once you do this, you will be prompted to enter the access code.

Registration Notes

Before you apply the code, please remember:

  • you will first need to create an account. To do this, you need to use the email address you submitted in your access code request form and create a password of your choice of at least eight characters
  • once you register, you will be prompted to enter the access code
  • the code can only be used once
  • the code will only work for six hours once applied so you will need to watch it without much delay

Our video has been made secure by InPlayer, and an InPlayer ‘Account’ button will pop up in the footer once you register. Click here for FAQ about InPlayer.

Trailer


We’re delighted to make this available free of charge. However we’d appreciate any donations towards the costs of this very special production!

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Our Country's Good

Storyline

Australia 1788. 

After a nightmare voyage of over eight months at sea, an unlikely crew of soldiers and convicts arrive from England to colonise this alien land, an audacious experiment. 

It is later decided upon that a young Lieutenant must direct the first play ever to be staged in this new country. 

With only two copies of the text, a cast of criminals, and one leading lady who may be about to be hanged, these lost souls are about to discover the redemptive power of theatre. 

Based on a true story, this is a play performed by a Sixth Form cast about the effects of brutalisation, hope and learning to live again; particularly resonant in these times. 

How to watch

An access code is required to watch, which you can receive by registering using the links below. Please note that registrations for opening night tickets ended on 21st June; registrations close on Thursday 1st July at 9.00am to watch the show from Friday 2nd July at 4.00pm.  Registrations are only open to parents, pupils and staff due to licensing restrictions.
Parents: click here to register

Pupils and staff: click here to register

Open Morning

Ages 2-18

Saturday 2nd October
from 10.00am – 1.00pm
Click here to register