We are always looking for ways to engage with our community., and as part of this we are available to lead workshops in youth groups, schools, universities and festivals.
These are varied in content and designed according to your individual requirements. From ensemble work to physical theatre, improvisation, devising and story-telling, we are equipped to deliver structured, creative workshops to children of all ages, young people and adults.
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We are available to lead workshops in universities, secondary schools and youth groups. Our workshops can be focused on drama skills including, acting techniques, physical theatre, vocal work, audition preparation and much more. We also love to share our story of how and why we became a theatre company and can tailor all workshops to suit your needs.
Most recently we created bespoke workshops that we delivered for first and third year Drama students at the University of Greenwich to compliment their modules of Applied Socially Engaged Drama, and Theatre and Young Audiences.
We are proud to have been working in collaboration with Greenwich Theatre and the University of Greenwich since 2017, to co-produce The Greenwich Book Festival.
We are keen to make new contacts, collaborate with existing festivals or work alongside organisations to curate a bespoke festival to suit you.
Why are stories important to you? Do you have a favourite story, or do you love creating your own?
INTERACTIVE STORY TELLING
In our Interactive Storytelling Workshops we use improvisation, drama games and imagination to create stories that matter. Participants will learn about the importance of stories, the ingredients of good story-telling and how to present stories to others, with others, whilst having lots of fun!
Note: This workshop is designed for children aged 8-12 years old and can be delivered online or in person.
REIMAGINED FAIRY TALES
Our Reimagined Fairy Tale Workshops offer a performance and music workshop for Reception and Year One. The workshop begins with the retelling of a fairy tale through the use of puppetry culminating in a collective musical experience. It is an interactive, rhyme-based, musical re-telling of the narrative. This workshop aims to support literacy skills, imagination and musical expression.
Note: This workshop is designed for children aged 5-7 years old and can only be delivered in person.