Live Theatre is committed to developing positive relationships with schools across the North East of England.
Live Theatre has a dedicated Education and Participation team which works with teachers and pupils to create bespoke projects and events that will capture the imaginations of both teachers and pupils. This includes delivering Theatre In Education projects, young writers projects and school residencies in harder to reach communities.
Live Theatre is experienced in developing positive relationships with schools such as Theatre In Education projects, young writers projects, teacher training, and drama/literacy workshops to support a wide range of areas in the curriculum.
Current projects include Write Stuff for teenagers, which focuses on developing speaking, listening and literacy skills through a series of practical drama-based workshops that will inspire young people to write, and Taking Issue an issue based young people’s theatre programme whose first play and workshop Michaela’s Mistake for KS3, exploring the dangers of Facebook toured to schools across the North East in April 2013.
Activities can take place in school, in community venues or at Live Theatre.
We can accommodate school groups to take part in historic tours of the building, post-show discussions, meet the director, meet the cast and backstage tours.
For more information
To find out more about Live Theatre projects or to discuss educational opportunities in more detail email Education & Participation Administrator Sam Bell or call her on (0191) 269 3488.