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The Brilliant Bard – the magic of storytelling

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Following the Everyman Theatre’s successful production of Macbeth in the ‘Brilliant Bard Festival’ in the Spring, we are planning a tour of schools in Autumn term 2019 and Spring term 2020. Our own unique style of storytelling will get the students on their feet and performing the story of the play!

We can negotiate which date to visit you, between Monday 16 September 2019 and Friday 15 May 2020. For the school performance we will need to use your hall or large space for up to 100 students. We provide props, Foley desk (sound effects that the children can help create), costumes, and of course the fun and the excitement!

The Everyman & Playhouse Theatre is an Arts Award Centre and Artsmark Partner.

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Organisation:

Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres

Contact name:

Allan Williams

Phone:

0151 706 9111

Type of offer:

Visit into school Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform

Key Stages:

1–2

Cost:

£450

Session length:

1hr 20mins

Capacity:

100

Nature of activity or art form:

Hands on Theatre

Subject or curriculum focus:

Drama English

Outcomes for children & young people:

Raised aspirations Raised attainment

Notes

Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes
Age Suitability: KS1 and KS2
Cost: £450 (40% discount for Partners)
Acted and facilitated by Allan Williams and Lucy Fiori.
The story is narrated and presented by Allan and Lucy, who play many of the roles but are joined on stage by volunteers from the audience who, with costume and props, are transformed into the characters of the world of the play!
Sound effects will be created ‘live’ with the assistance of volunteers from the audience.
Productions offered: Macbeth, Midsummer Nights Dream