South Thames College's performing arts graduate John Boyega received an Association of Colleges Gold Award at the organisation's annual ceremony at the House of Commons this week.
Two members of the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir visited our Creative Industries department to share their story of chart success and how Justin Bieber helped them to reach the number one spot.
Congratulations are in order for our Performing Arts alumnus, John Boyega, who has been named Rising Star at this year’s BAFTA awards.
South Thames College celebrated its performing arts graduate John Boyega starring in Star Wars: The Force Awakens by holding a special screening of the film for local schools.
John Boyega who plays a stormtrooper with a conscience in the film studied a performing arts course at South Thames College.
Students from South Thames College impressed visitors at this year's Skills London show by highlighting the skills they have learnt during their time at College.
From bread making to DJing and even clutch repairs - the students demonstrated the skills they've picked up on their courses to the thousands of visitors who attended the careers event at the ExCeL London.
Star Wars actor John Boyega took a break from promoting his new film this week to give a talk to South Thames College performing arts and film students.
The 23-year-old actor who studied at the College in 2010 alongside filming Attack The Block shared his experience of starring in the eagerly anticipated Star Wars film, as well as posing for a few selfies with the group.
Art, design and fashion students showed off a year’s worth of hard work at the launch of their end of year show – Raw.
The College’s Creative Industries department held a number of talks and Q&As with music industry professionals giving students a chance to find out what it’s really like to work in the sector.
The events made up the College’s ‘Music Industry Week’ and included special sessions with Will Courtrice, manager of dance music label Exit Recordings, former student – chart-topping DJ and producer Breakage and radio presenter DJ Flight.
A pair of music students swapped their classroom for the world famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club for a work experience placement with a difference.
South Thames College was transformed into a live music venue as the College hosted the popular music heats of the WorldSkills UK competition.
Students from 10 college bands sang, strummed and drummed their hearts out to secure places for the grand final at The Skills Show to be held at Birmingham NEC in November.