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This magical production is one of a series of participation musicals created especially for primary level and designed to help and encourage children with their literacy.
The show needs the help of the whole audience and is preceded by a rehearsal workshop in which some children are chosen to take part alongside the professionals, while the remaining audience are rehearsed into the chorus songs.
“Bringing a story to life is the best way to encourage our children to read”.
When Geppetto carves Pinocchio something magical begins to happen. As the wooden boy takes shape he starts to come to life, learns to walk and talk and takes on all the qualities of a mischievous little boy. Pinocchio may be disobedient but he’s also inquisitive and brave and has the most amazing adventures. What Pinocchio desires the most though is to become a real living boy – but will he?
The show requires the help of everyone watching. During the preceding fun half hour rehearsal workshop some children are chosen and rehearsed into their parts while the rest of the audience are taught the chorus songs. After a short pause the actors and children are costumed and the show, lasting 1 hour, runs seamlessly with everyone taking part as rehearsed.
Rehearsal/Workshop: 30 mins. Short pause. Performance: 1 hour.
Please call 0161 236 1448 for more information or booking.
This wonderful production is one of a series of participation musicals created by Image Musical Theatre for theatres and primary schools.
The show itself is preceded by a rehearsal workshop for the whole audience, in which some children are chosen to take part in the show while the remaining audience are rehearsed into four chorus songs.
This will be another very enjoyable and stimulating experience of high quality musical theatre for both children and adults.
This wonderful production is one of a series of participation musicals created by Image Musical Theatre for all the family.
The show itself is preceded by a rehearsal workshop where some of the children are
chosen to take part in the show while the remainder of the audience are rehearsed into four chorus songs.
Image Musical Theatre has an excellent reputation for producing work that is stimulating and entertaining while maintaining very high production values.
Arty-Fact Theatre Company & Theatre Workshop have joined forces to collaborate on this stunning and inspiring Macbeth workshop for schools.
Get your pupils hooked on Shakespeare. This one hour non-stop workshop will have them scrabbling for the text book. The pupils are involved from the moment the witches appear on the heath to the demise of Macbeth.
We are proud to announce Image Theatre’s brand new participatory show for primary schools – ‘The Sword in the Stone’, written and directed by their new artistic director, Ian McCracken.
This interactive musical based on the mystical story of ‘The Sword in the Stone’ follows the life of Arthur, a young squire destined to become King. Guided by Merlin he has many adventures culminating in him successfully pulling the sword from the stone and unwittingly fulfilling the legend’s prophecy.
We have had some fabulous reviews of this show so far and teachers have loved the themes of kindness, compassion, bravery and (to quote from their song), the focus on ‘learning every single day’, ‘you can do things if you try’ and ‘believe in yourself’.
With beautiful medieval costumes, state of the art sets, magical puppets and wonderful music by Robert Hyman this wholesome show will continue Image’s tradition of providing the best touring theatre for primary schools.
The show requires the participation of the whole audience as the chorus and ten children to play small parts.
They are touring throughout 2014 in the following areas:
Cheshire, Flintshire, Wrexham
Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire
Please call our team on 0161 2361448 for more details.
A PARTICIPATION MUSICAL FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
The superb story of Tom’s adventures when the clock strikes 13, perfectly retold for 4-11 year old children, with interactive workshop and 12 children acting on stage with the actors.
Highly acclaimed schools’ version of the CHARLES DICKENS’ classic, superbly adapted for the primary age range of 5-11. Excellent dual emphasis on LITERACY and HISTORY. Perfect introduction for a young audience into the wonder of the Dickens’ novels, and an excellent visual display of VICTORIAN life, work and clothing. Suitable for both INFANTS and JUNIORS alike. Interactive with children trying on clothes of the period and audience volunteers becoming part of the Artful Dodgers Gang.
Oscar Wilde’s beautiful story for children supports the understanding of friendship, communication, sharing, and learning right from wrong. The show features interactive songs, actions and audience participation, including 12 children taking part.
Interactive adaptation of the King Arthur legend with music, songs, fantastic costumes, set and props. The stunning performance includes children from your school taking part on stage in the show as well as an interactive pre-show workshop for the whole school.
Innovative PUNCTUATION and POETRY play for years 1 to 6. With exclusive rights to perform Roald Dahl’s poems. Let’s Eat Grandma is a funny and informative literacy play for KS1 and KS2.