This play is an enchanting fairytale that teaches the principles of e-Safety.
Sarah lives on the edge of a magical forest, allowed in on her own for the first time she is taught the rules for how to stay safe. There are wolves in the forest and when Sarah meets a stranger all is not as it seems. Will she remember the rules? Or will she leave the path and go her own way?
This play is accompanied by an interactive workshop.
For more information about dates and prices in 2013, please contact Joanna Bell on tel 01384 454807 or email email@example.com
A Long Road Home
Bert and Horace own a scrap-yard, they collect all the rubbish that the world doesn't want, but one day they're very surprised to stumble upon a young man called Jack, who's living in their yard. Join Bert and Horace as they hear Jack tell his story of how he has taken his inheritance and left his home to explore life in the big city, leaving a heartbroken dad and a furious brother. His new life of freedom starts well enough, but soon he finds the more sour side of it and starts to wonder whether he's really made the right decision after all...
This action-packed adventure brings the story of the Prodigal Son to life in ways you will have never seen before and highlights the themes of acceptance and unconditional love in an exciting and accessible way.
For more information about booking this show please call Joanna Bell on 01384 454807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .. Suitable for all ages.
Join the Dreamkeepers in their quest to fight bullying and save dreams.
Dreams are important; they build our personalities and shape our futures. Professor Harofligab, and his young apprentice Tiffle, are Dreamkeepers responsible for the entire town of Mavis Enderby. They collect and protect the dreams of the town, locking them up in their Dream Vault and releasing them when the time is right. However, on one particular day they notice that the dreams have started to fade...
Join Professor Harofligab and Tiffle as they investigate the mysterious decline of dreams in their community; what is the cause, and how can it be fixed? Through their story they teach the importance of protecting our dreams and the dreams of others, and the terrible consequences of what can happen when we crush the dreams of those around us.
Using puppetry, masks and music, and accompanied by a tailor-made workshop, this storytelling extravaganza teaches about the effects and consequences of bullying, and highlights the important role we all have to play in preventing it.
Tour dates: 11th- 22nd November 2013 (to coincide with Anti-Bullying Week)
Cost: £490 + travel costs + VAT for a day (two performances and two workshops)
Day costs can be split between two nearby schools.
Please contact Joanna for more information on 01384 454807 or email email@example.com
In Their Shoes
In Partnership with Ulfah Arts
Ulfah Arts (a Muslim theatre company) and Saltmine (a Christian theatre company) have collaborated to produce a play that promotes taking part and working together in spite of our differences. This play that promotes unity in diversity is suitable for primary schools and all-age community events.
The Spots hate the Stripes and the Stripes hate the Spots and that’s how its always been. They’re sworn enemies on the racetrack, the football field and the streets they live on. But things may be about to change! Join one Stripe on her journey to get away from the Spot that lives next door. As she meets people from all over the world and spends some time in their shoes she begins to see life and Spots a little differently!
The project wonderfully models the theme it is promoting as the two theatre companies uniquely combine to produce a play that is itself an example of what can be achieved when two different people come together and use their abilities for the same goal.
|"We commissioned 'In Their Shoes' to be delivered in 18 primary schools in Dudley Borough in Spring 2011, and the feedback that we received from students and from teachers was very positive, with the show bringing out many useful teaching and learning points. I attended a performance and was impressed with the high quality of the production in terms of the content and of the performances of the actors, I was also very impressed with the fact that students were engaged throughout the performance and participated enthusiastically in the workshop that followed."
(John Hodt, Principal Policy Officer, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council)
Cost: £550 for full day, £275 for a half day.
Tour dates 3rd - 7th June 2013
For more information please contact Joanna Bell on 01384 454807 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org