Drama Workshops

Drama Workshop

drama workshop
focus on group dynamics
building trust
explore characterisation

With a strong focus on strengthening group dynamics and building trust, participants will explore characterisation through group games, improvisation, mime and role-play. There will be an opportunity to display work at the end of the drama workshop.


2hrs: 5yrs+

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Play In A Day

play in a day
story-telling and tableau
hats and props
performing a play or series of sketches

 More in-depth than the Drama Workshop, including developing story-telling and tableau skills, and using hats and props. You may have a theme in mind or it could be decided by the group. Participants will work towards performing a play or a series of sketches at the end of the day. 

 1 day: 5yrs+ 

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Anti-Bullying Workshop using Forum Theatre

anti-bullying workshop using forum theatre
building trust
learning assertiveness technique
mask work

 Using techniques from Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed and Image Theatre, there will be a strong emphasis on building trust and learning assertiveness techniques to change outcomes. Using improvisation, mask work, sensory games and tableau. 

A short piece of Forum Theatre will be performed at the end of the day

 1 day: 11yrs+

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Street Theatre Project


To build strengths, relationships and teamwork skills to create a physical performance. Using group games, improvisation, mask work, mime, physical theatre, slapstick, stage combat and tableau. Learning how to draw an audience on the street and developing performance techniques. No street theatre experience necessary but ideal for drama students. To devise several sketches or one big show, to be performed on the Saturday afternoon in a local town centre or perhaps at a festival or other outdoor event.

 5 days during half-term 

plus the Saturday to perform: 10yrs +

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Theatre in Education Project

theatre in education project
issue-based work with young people
create and produce a play to tour

Tom has a wealth of knowledge, experience and resources covering many issues affecting the lives of children and young people including alcohol, bullying, child protection, citizenship, crime, diversity, domestic violence, drugs, gender, healthy lifestyles, homelessness, Internet safety, mental health, relationships, sexuality, transition from primary to secondary school and unemployment.

Participants will explore issues affecting their lives to create and produce a piece of Theatre in Education, to be toured to their peers at other local schools and youth centres/projects.

 A weekly after school workshop for 6 weeks, followed by 5 days during half-term, plus performances: 11yrs+ 

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