by Mike Redwood
” After getting knocked out in an early Tudor football match, Splatacus wakes up press ganged as the Cabin boy of Francis Drake. And so begins his adventures as the first juggler to circumnavigate the world and fight the Spanish Armada, finally to be reunited with his family at the Globe theatre in time to give Master Shakespeare some inspiration.”
Elizabethans, Francis Drake, Shakespeare, Drama.
Key Stage 1 and 2
Amount of Pupils:
Up to 140 in one day
All year – UK wide
. . . how a Splats Circus and Shakespeare day works
- Whole School activity
- Suitable for Key Stages 1, 2, 3
- Teaching materials
- Interactive show or workshops
- Confident, independent and creative learners
Organisation -We can teach up to 4 groups in a day. The pupils perform the show with the splats teacher who acts as the narrator. This helps cement the whole play together and of course provides a cue for the pupils. The Splats director brings props, pieces of costume and music/sound effects.
Performance – The workshops are active, fun and a real challenge for all, created with physical theatre, movement, circus, dance and scripted character acting. As we learn the show and perform it in just one day, pupils are up on stage before they have any time to think about nerves.
Please do not hesitate to drop us a line to talk through your specific needs and aims for the day, we are here to help. ;0)
Please give Mike a ring on 07944 283659 or send us an email to email@example.com
To find out more fill in the enquiry form below or check price and provisionally book here.
Please select a date which can be changed on full booking but will give us an idea and add any notes you like.
Discounts are available for multiple bookings so please explore all our days and share with other teachers. You will find options that will cover activity, art, health and book weeks.
You will not be asked for any payment as it will be marked as a provisional booking. We will then get back to you to confirm details. Prices exclude vat and include all travel.
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