Play in One Day

Rehearsing all day with our professional director your class act on creating a 15-minute play,  sharing the learning with other classes and/or parents in a performance at the end of the school day. Each pupil has a speaking part as a character or narrator and all participants will be actively involved using inventive theatre techniques such as choral speech, stylised movement and mime. Can be used as an exciting introduction to the topic, to bring the learning to life during the topic or as a fun filled conclusion. For more details see our Play in One Day FAQ’s.

Earth and Space  Raspberry blowing planets, spacemen, Stonehenge and a cameo appearance by Dr Who – this play will take your pupils on a fun filled action adventure around the solar system and back again in time for the end of school! 

Human Beans (Animals, including humans)  –  Scientist Tiny P is accidentally swallowed and takes a whirlwind trip around the inside of a Human Bean, learning about aging and growing, the circulatory and transport systems and the impact of lifestyle choices.

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Life Cycles (Living things and their habits) –  Join famous naturalist David Battenburgh on Life Cycles TV and as we discover the habitats of mammals, amphibians insects and birds.     

 

Booking details:

Number of pupils per play: Maximum of 35

 Length of workshop: Full school day

What we provide: One professional director and an original script, music,props and costumes, resource pack to follow up the work

Space needed: School hall or large uncluttered room

Price for one day: £320 

Price for two days: £550

Please ask us for a quote if you would like to book more than two days or would like to block book throughout the year. 

 

If the topic you are covering is not listed here, given four weeks notice, we can prepare a bespoke workshop or play for you.

 

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