As restrictions have begun to ease, we are allowed to tour again in schools with caution whilst adhering to Government guidelines.
To help schools during virtual learning, we have adapted some of our productions and workshops so they can tour digitally

Please browse our repertoire of Theatre in Education shows and resources below.

Switch Up

Theme: Knife Crime,
Gang Culture and Identity

This production and workshop is touring in secondary schools next spring term. If you'd like to make an enquiry about this, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

WONDERLAND

Theme: Mental Health
Inspired by the magical world of “Alice in Wonderland”. This digital production responds to the urgent mental health crisis affecting young people.

Available as three separate short films packaged with workshop plans to facilitate conversation, this resource opens dialogue with mental health issues in PSHE lessons. Click here for more info.

Faultlines

Theme: Domestic Abuse and Healthy/Unhealthy Relationships
Through a performance and interactive workshop Faultlines explores what healthy relationships look like, celebrate the bravery of the stories shared and equip young people for escape and action. If you'd like to make an enquiry about this, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Escape K3.4

Theme: Internet Safety
This production and workshop has been adapted during lockdown for virtual touring. It is also available for physical touring too. For more info on the digital adaptation
click here. .

Stand For It?

Theme: Extremism & Radicalisation

Explore the process and effects of radicalisation and extremism, both far right wing extremism and al-Qaida narrative inspired extremism. This performance and bespoke length workshop tackle this controversial issue in an engaging, respectful and thought provoking way.