What an amazing day this was! Over 800 people, 48 workshops and performances and a sea of smiles, friendship, fun and family. 

The Covid-safe action took place at Beaumont School in circus tents, marquees and spaces around the campus and the aim was to celebrate the creativity, optimism and resilience of our young people during the pandemic and to show how much theatre and performance can contribute to mental well-being and the feeling of belonging and inclusion. And, of course to HAVE FUN!!!

Acting, singing and dancing workshops

Come and have a go! You’ll be amazed what we can achieve in 45 minutes and there’s NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

Theatre fun for 3 to 5’s

Games, music and singing for nursery age children – 45 minutes of fun and friendship!

Fun for toddlers

Sounds, senses and singing – new experiences for ages 3 months to 3 years.

Circus skills with Fantastiko

Walk the high wire, learn to juggle, try out stilts. The Fantastiko workshops give everyone that Big Top experience!

NEW!!! Werewolf Game

This is one of the favourite drama exercises we run with our secondary age students! The ultimate, improvised, narrated whodunnit (or more accurately, whatdunnit?).  Hilarious!

NEW!!! Face Painting

Get that fashionable glitzy look. 

An amazing immersive theatre experience!. Hard to describe. Completely  unforgettable. Totally unmissable. 

Musical Mash-Ups

Your favourite musicals all mashed-up – fun and energy throughout the day in a series of musical performances.

MiniMacbeth

The classic tale of ambition and treachery brought to you in under an hour.

Comedy Cafe

Sketches, strange characters and hilarious tales.

Improv Lab

Who knows where this will lead as new situations are invented, imagined and explored.

NEW!!! The Roberts Band

Live music with the Roberts! A fun-packed, joyful sound!

NEW!!! Things to hear and discuss

Christian Bevan, a recent masters graduate from LAMDA will discuss life at drama school for the over 18’s and alternative routes into the theatre. He’ll happily answer any questions around getting into drama school, what it’s like to be there and the various routes to get there. Talk at 12 noon.

Beckie Briley will talk about her inspiring work with the Flying Seagull project, bringing drama and smiles to refugees in Lebanon and Lesbos. Talk at 3pm.

Becky Alexander is going to talk about food writing, podcasts, presenting and how doing drama now has improved lots for her.  Talk at 4pm.

Lillie-Mae Stewart will talk about drama school at  age 11+, as well as being a curent full-time musical theatre student. Talk at 5pm.

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