From sculpture to opera, Andrew's creativity shines from the classroom to the stage

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Andrew Robinson has taught in art departments in a range of different schools, and he spends his spare time partaking in a variety of stage productions.

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Andew graduated with a degree in Fine Art in 1999, specialising in SculptureThe alumnus went on to complete his PGCE at Northampton University after running a nursing agency for a few years. After completing his teaching qualification, Andrew became a primary school teacher in Leicester and was then offered a job at Grange Specialist School where he is now the Head of Art and works with children with a range of additional needs.  

His creativity extends to the stage. When he was studying at Loughborough, Andrew spent his evenings singing in choirs and with various Opera companies in the local area. He has performed all over the Midlands.   

Andrew continued his passion for theatre and opera following his studies, and has been successful in landing many lead roles on stage such as Doctor Dulcamara in Donizetti’s L'elisir D'amore, Banquo in Verdi’s ‘Macbeth, and Don Basilio in Rossini’s ‘The Barber of Seville.  

An image of Andrew acting with a beard whilst holding a woman.

Imagery supplied by alumnus Andrew Robinson.