Theatre in education working conditions

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I have to say we’re saddened but not surprised today to see the piece in The Stage newspapers about the working conditions for theatre-in-education actors. https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2018/theatre-education-actors-face-abusive-working-conditions/ Yes, theatre in education is a very hard job with long hours and low … Continued

Once Upon a Wolf – Literacy Tour – 2018

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So when writing our KS1 literacy show for World Book Day 2018 and beyond we were fascinated by the big bad rep the Big Bad Wolf has. Lots of children (my 8 year-old son included) is terrified of the Big … Continued

Shakespeare Tour 2017

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Pucks Midsummer Nights Dream (KS1) + Rocking Romeo and Jiving Juliet (KS2) Our Shakespeare tour comes to an end next Monday and what a fantastic tour it’s been. We have loved every second of working with our fantastic cast, Nik, Charlotte and … Continued

Shakespeare Tour of Schools

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6th – 30th March 2017 We are now taking bookings for our Shakespeare tour of schools – for more details and prices download our information sheet – Shakespeare Tour 2017. Book  before the end of January, or if you are a school in our … Continued

Anti-Bullying Drama Workshop Tour

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Well, anti-bullying week is over and we are on the final leg of our anti-bullying tour. We’ve had some fantastic feedback from our tour and from the anti-bullying play in a day we delivered across November. “I would like to … Continued

Road Safety Awareness Week

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The 21st – 27th November is Road Safety Awareness Week and this year the charity Brake are asking people to make a pledge to stay safe on the roads,  the pledge is this: Slow Drivers – I’ll stay under limits, and slow … Continued

Guy Fawkes Drama Workshop

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Remember, Remember the 5th November? We do! Every year, people all over Britain become light bonfires and set off fireworks, our way of remembering the events of November 5th 1605 when a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King … Continued

Anti-Bullying theatre shows for schools

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We are getting excited about our anti-bullying plays which will be touring across the country in November this year and have decided to celebrate! We are  running a competition on our Facebook  and Twitter pages – if you can do a … Continued

Shakespeare Drama Workshops

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This week we will mainly be doing Shakespeare drama workshops in high schools and we are very excited to be able to offer schools a new package whereby we can deliver an off timetable day to a whole year group, for … Continued

Anti-Bullying in schools

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We were very sad to hear of Simon Brooks who in April died of an overdose aged just 15 years old.  He left a note which blamed bullies for making his life a misery. His mum Julie Brooks said her … Continued

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