A charity performance by final year Acting and Actor Musicianship degree students from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance has raised £300 for Greenwich and Bexley Hospice.

The annual public performance at the College’s Rose Theatre in Sidcup, donates proceeds from ticket sales and an audience collection from one of the College’s ‘Autumn Season’ productions to the Mayor of Bexley’s chosen charity.

The double bill performance of ‘Suddenly Last Summer’ by Tennessee Williams and ‘The Water Engine’ by David Mamet was attended by the Mayor of Bexley, Councillor Howard Marriner, Lady Mayoress Diane Marriner, Councillors Don and Sharon Massey as well as members of the Rose Bruford College Board of Governors.

Rose Bruford College Principal and Chief Executive Michael Earley, said;

“We are delighted to, once again, support the Mayor of Bexley’s Charity appeal. On behalf of the cast and crew and everyone at the College I would like to thank the audience for their generous contributions to the Greenwich and Bexley Hospice, which plays such an important role in our community."

After the performance on Tuesday 11 November, the Mayor and Lady Mayoress met the cast and crew to congratulate them on their performances, and wish them luck for their future careers in the industry.

The College’s Autumn Season continues with a production of ‘Today’ by Robert Holman from 20-22 November. Please click here for ticket information.