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    Tour Dates

    2011 NORTH LONDON SENIOR ROCK CHALLENGE
    2011 NORTH LONDON SENIOR ROCK CHALLENGE®
    Arts Depot, Barnet - Friday, May 13th, 2011

    BISHOP DOUGLASS SCHOOL, East Finchley (New school): the Award for Positive Inclusion , and the Global Rock Challenge Award for Use of Stage

    ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON LANGUAGE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Islington: the Global Rock Challenge Award for Concept Interpretation

    FINCHLEY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL, Finchley: the Genesis Community Award for Drama Skills, the Genesis Community Award for Entertainment, the Genesis Community Performers’ Choice Award, the Global Rock Challenge Award for Set Design , and overall FIRST Place

    PARK HIGH SCHOOL, Stanmore (New school) : the Genesis Community Award for Performance Skill, the Genesis Community Award for Performance Skill, the Global Rock Challenge Award for Staging, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Concept Originality, the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement , and overall THIRD Place

    QUEEN ELIZABETH GIRLS' SCHOOL, Barnet: the Global Rock Challenge Award for Hair Design, the Global Rock Challenge Award for Costume Design, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Video Performance, and the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Lighting Design

    STOCKLEY ACADEMY, Hillingdon: the Award for School Community Support , the Award for Press Coverage , the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Soundtrack , the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Soundtrack , and the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Stage Crew

    WINCHMORE SCHOOL, Winchmore Hill, Enfield: the Genesis Community Award for Choreography, the Genesis Community Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge, the Global Rock Challenge Award for Make-Up Design , and overall SECOND Place

    THEMES

    BISHOP DOUGLASS SCHOOL, East Finchley
    "Superheroes"

      The dance piece is based on the theme of Superheroes, all dancers will begin as Superheroes fighting for the freedom and peace of the community. Throughout the dance it becomes clear that some of the Superheroes are in fact Villains. As this becomes apparent there is a battle between the two, but what will be the outcome?

    ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON LANGUAGE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Islington
    "What a Wonder Full party"

      Have you ever wondered what happens when you follow the crowd? What holes you get into when you're not thinking for yourself? Follow Alice as she discovers the power of choice.

    FINCHLEY CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, Finchley
    "The 'topian' Clash"

      What happens when a blissfully-perfect world and a world of unimaginable horror come into contact with each other? Can people from two worlds so far apart ever see eye-to-eye? It started as an experiment created by a bored and lonely being, but when things get out of his control what becomes of his worlds? In this story Utopia meets Dystopia.

    PARK HIGH SCHOOL, Stanmore
    "The Poisonous Playground"

      The world’s worst industrial disaster took place on the 2nd December 1984, when deadly fumes leaked from a tank at the Union Carbide factory near the Indian city of Bhopal. The poisonous cloud killed 2,000 as they slept. Over 25 years later, the people of Bhopal still fight for justice for the lives that were lost, and continue to suffer.

    QUEEN ELIZABETH GIRLS' SCHOOL, Barnet
    "Lost in Never Never Land"

      Neverland has been corrupted by tainted happy dust that sees Peter Pan living a life with narcotics and obscurity. Peter entices the lost boys through a journey that sees a world without boundaries and restrictions. Will any of the familiar characters help Peter Pan to realise the error of his ways? Will the boys remain lost in Never Never Land?

    STOCKLEY ACADEMY, Hillingdon
    "The Consequential Actions of Mr Punch"

      A Blackpool coach tour arrives to the seaside for daily family fun. “However not everyone’s family life is all hunky dory,” just like in the slapstick story of Mr Punch. Once Punch is discovered that what happens behind closed doors doesn’t always stay behind closed doors, choices are to be made.

    WINCHMORE SCHOOL, Winchmore Hill
    " ‘Two lives, one choice’"

      Two people choose two different paths. They both commit the crime but which one pays more?? Winchmore School explores the theme of making the wrong choices. Can you learn from your mistakes and serve your time or will you make the wrong choice and pay the price.