GLIMPSES of the Inferno, a multi-media arts performance, is being staged at Epping Forest College from today to Saturday by Epping Forest Arts.

Epping Forest Arts, Epping Forest Council's arts section, has planned the event as the culmination and celebration of a year-long project involving artists from across the globe.

The international artists have worked with a company of performers from the local community including participants from Epping Forest College, Alderton Junior School and Roding Valley High School.

Visual projection artists Bruce Conkle, from America, Jess Loseby and Michael Szpakowski have inspired movement and choreography devised by Joanne Thomson, Hagit Bar, from Israel, and the participants themselves.

Performances are at 2pm today (schools only) and 7.30pm on Friday and Saturday.

Tickets are £6 (concessions £3). For details, ring 01992 564551.