The John Axe Arts Week took place from 14 – 22 September and it was a wonderful week filled with music, art, drama, poetry and dance.
The cultural week began with the Living Room Sessions a variety of covers, rearrangements and original compositions on the piano, guitar, ukulele and voice. The College Inter-House Music Competitions was won by Mullins House this year.
The Jazz Ensemble wowed the audience delivering a stunning and varied programme featuring some exciting improvisations.
The Inter-House Art, Poetry and Song evening was a great success.
The euphoric sound of the flute was masterfully played by Tim Simpson and he entertained the audience with a selection of vocal music. Congratulations to this accomplished and talented performer.
The Drama Showcase was an interesting and brilliant evening with many performances from our Matric pupils.
Two sessions of Instep dance were a hit amongst the pupils of St Andrew’s College and DSG.
The glitzy finale to a hugely successful week was the John Axe Awards evening.
Our grateful thanks to the directors, producers, musicians, performers and pupils for their time, talent and tremendous effort. Well done!