Drama

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We offer a wide range of workshops designed to meet the specific needs of the teacher.

So, whether you are a drama teacher working at secondary level or a primary or secondary teacher looking to teach your subject in a more active and creative way, we can help.

Our drama workshops can help you to

  • raise your students’ attainment level
  • help support specialised areas of the curriculum
  • explore a topic using drama to enrich your pupils’ leaning in a more active way
  • develop your students’ understanding of the text or further develop their characters to meet the criteria for performance exams at KS4 and KS5 (devised and scripted)
  • help you get started on your next school production
  • prepare drama students for entrance to drama school or auditions for the National Youth Theatre
  • help direct the School Shakespeare Festival piece

Our range of drama workshops include:

  • Brechtian Theatre
  • Characterisation
  • Chinese Opera
  • Commedia dell’arte
  • Comedy
  • Devising/Theatre Techniques
  • Emotions
  • GCSE & A Level Drama
  • Group Skills
  • Historical Figures
  • Improvisation
  • Issue Based Workshops (PHSCE & Citizenship)*
  • Mask Work
  • Mime
  • Musical Theatre
  • Physical Theatre
  • Play in a Day
  • Puppetry
  • Script Writing
  • Shakespeare
  • Stage Combat
  • Stanislawski Techniques
  • Storytelling

*Our bespoke issue-based workshops are designed to support topics covered by PHSCE & Citizenship – such as bullying, diversity, knife crime, democracy etc..

To enquire or book please use our online form:

Enquiry Form