A boy meets girl next door high school story with an awesome 80s soundtrack.
In this story of kids in America and the glory of love, Corey Palmer’s senior year at William Ocean High is a battle for the heart of Tiffany Houston and for the student presidency, both with too-cool-for-school Michael Feldman. With best friends and Star Wars experts Alf and Kirk by his side, and the undiscovered genius of Feargal McFerrin III ever present, how can he fail?
Tickets now on sale for Back To The 80’s.
Dates: 19 – 21 June 2019
Venue: Aberdeen Arts Centre
Time: 7.30 pm
Tickets available from Mrs Forbes in the Music Department.
Throwback to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Trip organised for Senior Drama pupils in the first week of term. Pupils had a great time seeing 3 different plays, touring Edinburgh and dinner in Nandos! Pupils were a credit to Bridge of Don with both the driver of the coach and several members of the public commenting on how mature and well mannered our pupils are. Very proud Drama teacher. 🙂
Ewen Lindsay in 3F was awarded a £50 Amazon voucher by Bridge of Don Community Council for winning their council logo competition. The council approached BODA directly to ask for our talented pupils to come up with a new design to be launched in both digital online format and in print. We were thrilled to give a live project to pupils and to be involved in a project that would directly impact the local community.
For the project, Sam Longmire, – Creative Director at the award winning local graphic design agency FortyTwo Studio, was invited by Miss Crawford and Mrs Redpath to come in and speak with pupils. This gave them support in the early stages of their design process. Pupils learned a great deal from his visit and the Art & Design department hopes to continue a close partnership with the agency in the future.