Drama Workshop Topics

Our workshops provide equal opportunity for everyone involved no matter where the seminar is located or the age of the young people involved.

Key Stage 1

The Key Stage 1 Drugs and Medicines workshop includes drama games and Forum Theatre

Alcohol Awareness

As the incidence of binge drinking amongst teenage boys and girls is approaching epidemic proportions

Bullying

Bullying in all its forms can spread through peer groups insidiously, even driving some children to attempt to take their own lives

Confidence Building

The confidence building and job interview techniques workshop aids students to move towards employment and increase their employability

Drug Awareness

The London Bus Theatre Company provides drama workshops on drugs awareness, with a focus on cigarette smoking

Our wonderful students and clients

What they say

  • The play and the performances were so good. Thank you so much for organising my visit. It really meant a lot.

    Nell Dunn Playwright, Screenwriter and Author
  • I thought the show was truly inspirational

    Angela Grosvenor Head of Casting, Talkback Thames
  • There's enough gusto and bonkers energy to this, combined with an admirable anti-bullying message, to warrant attention

    Total Film A review of 'Angels vs Bullies'
  • I just wanted to say thank you for last week - the girls (and staff!) really enjoyed your workshop, as always.

    Kim Cook, PSHCE Royal Masonic School for Girls
  • We really enjoyed the anti-smoking workshop. We learnt lots and it was very entertaining

    Pupils Giffards Junior School.
  • All the children were discussing the issue of bullying afterwards, hopefully, this will show a positive reaction in the playground. The workshops were presented in an original way and the subject of bullying was looked at sensitively. We would gladly have them back.

    Julie Ripton Kings Road Primary
  • The bullying workshop was excellent. It had a very positive impact on all our pupils.

    Mr Keeley Holt Farm Junior School
  • Thank-you for coming to our school. All the information on drugs will come in handy as we are starting secondary school in a few months time. It was fun, educational and it also improved our acting skills! All people who smoke are muppets!

    Pupils West Leigh Junior School
  • All the staff were impressed with both the workshops. The students really enjoyed the games as well as the Forum. From the two days of workshops we were able to devise a number of follow-up lessons on drugs awareness and bullying

    Sarah Wells, Gt Berry Primary School
  • Not only were these workshops fun and varied to keep the children's attention; they were informative and led the children to make informed choices about the decisions they might face in life.

    Miss Drever PSHE Co-ordinator
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