Performing Arts

Composing Themselves
Lockdown may have made Music teaching more difficult. But young Harrodian musicians are using their time to create more compositions of their own.
A Family Triumph
The exemplary professionalism of the cross-departmental production of The Addams Family marks a coming of age for musical theatre at Harrodian
Weekend Drama
It may be intense and demanding but there's room for fun on Harrodian's annual residential Drama weekend at Rookesbury Park. GCSE pupils Lily and
Harrodian stages a Broadway Smash
Harrodian's ambitious forthcoming production of The Addams Family spectacularly combines acting, singing and dance too
For the Love of it
Upper Sixth former Lucy explains what drove her to direct the play, Love and Money at Harrodian and what she learnt from the experience
A Donkey's Tale
Our Pre-Prep pupils delighted their audience with Ms Horan's latest triumph, 'A Donkey's Tale.'
Raising the Roof
With the help of a parent-packed church, eight Harrodian choirs filled St Paul’s Hammersmith with festive harmonies at Harrodian's Carol Concert
A Kind of Magic
Featuring song as well as dance for the first time, The Magic of Musicals was a Harrodian dance show with a difference.
Autumn Harmonies
The full range of Harrodian's musical talent was on display at the Autumn concert on the 15th November
Shadows and Tall Trees
Mr Glen, Harrodian Head of Drama, was delighted by the hugely positive audience response to Shadows and Tall Trees the ambitious dramatization of