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Enrichment

The John Macintosh Arts Centre, which was inaugurated in 1991 by the Prime Minister John Major, has a 305 seat theatre, with fly-tower, dressing rooms and orchestral pit, art studios and gallery space, a pottery, music teaching rooms, a recital area and practice rooms. In the foyer there is a large bronze sculpture of Athena by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi and major series of his original prints.  In December 2006 the Arts Centre was renamed the John McIntosh Arts Centre in honour of the recently retired Headmaster.
 
Throughout the year there is a varied programme of concerts, recitals, plays, and exhibitions by pupils, parents and visiting artists and performers.