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Available from September 2024 until the end of July 2025

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Season/School Year 2024-25 

Advanced  Classes 10-13 including EF-Q2 (Age 15-20+) GUEST PLAYS:            Choice of two plays

(1) “Midsummer Night’s Dream – abridged” by William Shakespeare and Kelly Griffiths© Four stories intertwine in a magical, Athenian forest. A group of teen lovers, the Duke and Duchess of Athens, the powerful, passionate and playful fairies and a band of misfit commoners all cross paths in the most riotous, uproarious and mischievous way imaginable during the heat of a mid-summer’s night. Written by our in-house writer Kelly Griffiths, our one hour adaptation will take your students on a mystical and utterly hilarious journey through one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. Our highly skilled actors mix modern and Shakespearean language to motivate students` understanding and appreciation of Shakespeare and by involving the audience in the action, we also create a memorable theatre experience. Our mission is to make Shakespeare as entertaining and accessible as possible.


(2) “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde and Kelly Griffiths© “I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read on the train”. Dripping with high-society quibbles, a love quadrangle and … a handbag?! Our exciting one hour adaptation unravels John Worthing’s double life whereby he invents a younger brother named Earnest in order to freely dip in and out of the quaint  British countryside and into spectacular parties in London with his dear friend, Algernon. Seeing the success of John’s creation, Algernon too masquerades as Earnest in order to win the affections of John’s ward, the beautiful Cecily Cardew. In the meantime, John has fallen for Algernon’s feisty cousin, Gwendolin Fairfax but must first win the affections of her mother; the literal minded, domineering, infamous Lady Bracknell. Your students will be immersed into our fast-paced, quintessentially British adaptation of one of  Oscar Wilde’s most spectacular plays. Performed by our versatile and dynamic actors, the audience will be left amused, highly entertained and educated on what indeed IS the importance of being earnest.


Intermediate Classes 7-11 (Age 13-17):  Songs My Mother Taught Me” by Kristi-Anne Seth© is a hard hitting and touching play dealing with the up to date topic of the refugee situation. The characters meet and soon realise that although they are from different cultures, speak different languages and have wildly different experiences; that at the end of the day they are human beings, sharing some of the same hopes and dreams. A thought provoking theatre play that challenges our conception and attitudes towards otherness. Written in modern English the audience follows the stories of several characters in a small town somewhere, anywhere, in any country. The play is a reflection of reality, the stories presented are fictional; but based on true stories of those who have experienced them. The actors provide an authentic and sensitive portrayal of teenagers from diverse cultures and whilst we do not claim to show the whole truth; we do hope to open the eyes of audience to the basic representation of the human condition. Photos from Season 2020-21 Ashleigh Domblides anmd Harrison Cornell



Elementary Level Classes 5 – 7 (Age 10-13): “Captain Jack” a musical by Kristi-Anne Seth© An adventurous pirate musical, “Captain Jack” takes the audience on an exciting journey in search of the lost treasure of the infamous pirate Black Dog Peterson! The loyal heroine (Mary) disguises herself as a seaman in order to board the ship of the famous Captain Jack, sail the oceans, and bring the riches back to England and her majesty Queen Elizabeth I; but the notorious Captain has other plans in favour of himself. With tricks and turns and the help of sailor Stinky Smith, Mary develops a clever plan to capture the pirates and the gold. But will she be successful? And how? Who is Cut-throat Locker? And what shall we do with the drunken sailor? Prepare your sea legs for a highly entertaining performance and find out for yourself! This swashbuckling adventure combines music, movement and fantasy to motivate early active language learning. Using highly visual theatre techniques, the musical is written in Basic English to appeal to a wide range of audiences. A perfect way to encourage your students! Photos taken from a video recorded during lockdown from Season 2020-21 Ashleigh Domblides anmd Harrison Cornell


Primary School & Elementary level Classes 3/4 – 5/6 (Age 8-12):The Secret Box”- a musical by Kristi-Anne Seth © “The Secret Box” is a contemporary and entertaining drama about truth, lies and consequences. A charming granny with a magical secret to share with us. A nasty rival who tyrannizes her school mates. An extraordinary school party with a surprising twist. A fabulous family event enticing laughter and thoughts. The play looks at our responsibility towards other people as well as the importance of being honest and respecting borders. We watch a growing web of lies that seems to turn into an uncontrollable chaos and personal disaster. We accompany the 11 year-old Sammy in his everyday life. We meet his family, friends, and teachers. Sammy experiences the struggle of making wrong decisions and the happiness of friendship and trust. Written and staged in simple English suitable for our youngest learners, the performance challenges language learning and development in entertaining ways, provokes views, and offers possibilities for further classroom discussion. Don’t miss it! Photos Season 2017-18 Steph Bullock and Ben Steele