Workshops with Barmy Britain Part Two
At Art For All, good theatre for children is our passion. That’s why we have a long-standing relationship with the Horrible Histories team, and why we’ve brought so many of their fantastic shows the the UAE and beyond. But our strongest motivation for bringing amazing West End shows to the region, has always been about education too. That’s why our school productions are taken from famous literary adaptations to stage, and why we also make sure that students get more of a theatrical experience than imply watching a show.
Post production education
Our post-production workshops are extremely popular because schools can book their students in for a special session with the actors themselves once the show has finished. We make sure places are limited to a maximum of 25 students. This ensures that each and every person gets to have their say, chat to the cast, and ask vital questions about an array of topics related to theatre, drama, stage production and acting.
Our workshop sessions from previous productions were fully booked even months before the shows were booked to perform, and were met with resounding success and praise from all the students and teachers involved. So far, we’ve run group workshops for Hetty Feather Live, Horrible Histories Ruthless Romans, The Play That Goes Wrong, and our latest session of for the West End smash hit production, Barmy Britain Part Two.
Question and answer time
For a nominal additional fee added on to their theatre ticket price, students are given the opportunity to explore script writing, behind the scenes action and theatre production. In addition, they get to meet the cast of the plays, and are able to ask questions in the official Q & A section.
Working with LAMDA and the Drama Scene
It makes sense for us to ensure our limited workshop places are occupied by students who will really appreciate the value of the sessions. That’s why we work with reputable drama schools when booking our workshop places. Students from Drama Scene in Dubai are working towards their LAMDA accreditation (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts) an internationally recognized acting and drama qualification, which makes them the perfect candidates for our educational post-show sessions.
For more information about our post production student workshops, contact Dorisa on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 050 880 5074 for more details.