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Theatre Workshop was founded in 1991, by Brian Twiddy and Yvonne Peacock, both professional actors who are committed to working with Primary schools. Theatre Workshop tours extensively in Primary schools throughout the country. We deliver a high quality performance combined with an entertaining and informative workshop.
Theatre Workshop celebrates 25 years of touring schools in the UK. The Company is committed to delivering high quality performance, combined with an entertaining and informative workshop.
The experienced actor will perform short scenes from the selected period; then, using drama, freeze-frame, and role-play the children will be encouraged to interact with the performer, and recreate some of the scenes. The Create History workshop produces work that lends itself to being used for assembly projects.
SELECT YOUR HISTORY PROGRAMME FROM:
Meet an Archaeologist who will unravel the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Meet a Cave dweller and learn about survival in the Stone Age.
THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
Take part in worshiping the greatest Pharaoh of all times; mummify one of your classmates, discover the secrets of Tutankhamun’s Tomb and re-create the events that led to its amazing discover.
Take part in rowing a great ship across to Rome, sell slaves at the Forum, re-create the Roman Baths, advise Caesar from the senate and help Emperor Hadrian protect his army from the Celts and Picts.
THE SAXONS AND THE VIKINGS
The Saxon & Viking Workshop, is packed full of fun and facts and gives your start to the topic a real wow factor.
This new and exciting workshop has been especially created for KS1.
EASY FUN AND ENGAGING
A wonderfully interactive and simple way of getting across important facts about history.
The pupils will meet a DEAD FAMOUS Character from our past, ask them questions and act out an important moment of history.
Her majesty will visit your school and discuss with her loyal subjects why she decided never to marry, how she defeated the Spanish Armada and ruled over the Golden Age of exploration and discovery.
This famous ‘Lady with the Lamp’ visits your school to talk to the pupils about her extraordinary life, from childhood memories to the Crimean War.
Edith Cavell was a World War I British nurse who helped over 200 Allied soldiers escape from German-occupied Belgium. Listen to her amazing story, and ask yourself the question would you have done that?
Throughout the year you may want to celebrate certain events and/or figures in history, why not let us help!?
Inspiring to create. Learning through drama and discovering drama through learning. Theatre Workshop travels to primary schools all over the country and we look forward to hearing from you.
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