Culture Catalogue

Performances & workshops at our venues

Performances & workshops at our venues

Upon requestVarious Dates

Workshop / Talk Out of School

Eastern Angles is an arts and heritage organisation known for championing and producing new writing rooted in place. We have a theatre base in Ipswich: Sir John Mills Theatre, and a pop-up theatre and arts space in Peterborough: The Undercroft.

Learning is a key component of everything we do. Whether it's by producing programmes crammed with background information and historical context, offering post-show talks allowing audiences an insight into the theatre-making process running participatory projects that give people the chance to develop their own skills and interests, or employing interns and apprentices to help deliver our work, we have a range of leaning opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. 

Here is one of the ways we help people learn about our work:

Performances & workshops at our venues
Schools & college groups, heritage interest groups and community drama groups are encouraged to talk to us about special performance/workshop packages. Your group can visit either of our venues in Peterborough or Ipswich and watch a performance. This can be followed up by a Theatre Skills workshop tailored to your requirements. Whether you are interested in the historical theme of the production, the writer's research and writing process, the way the director and performers have interpreted the script, or the practicalities of staging the performance, we can design a post-show workshop to address your educational needs. 

For further information, please contact Alyson Tipping, Engagement Manager – alyson@easternangles.co.uk


Disclaimer: All events and activities promoted through the Culture Catalogue are entirely the responsibility of the named provider. Babylon ARTS is not responsible for the information supplied by the providers and used on the Culture Catalogue. Babylon ARTS is not responsible for the quality or content of the activities and events that are delivered. Teachers and students should satisfy themselves as to the quality and appropriateness of the activity or event by liaising directly with the provider. All safeguarding, equality, health and safety matters relating to the activities and events are the responsibility of the provider.

To view Eastern Angle's Safeguarding Policy for working with young people, please click here

 

   

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