Introducing... Workshops

  • 22 March 2018 - 3 May 2018
  • The Theatre
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Pre-show introductions to each play and production

Give students more from their visit to the theatre with our pre-matinee, talk based Introducing session. 

Led from the stage by the Creative Learning & Engagement team, INTRODUCING sessions are designed to develop knowledge and understanding of a live theatre production.

Students will gain an understanding of the director’s interpretation of the play, with talks from members of the creative team who will revel production secrets. Actors from the company will demonstrate exercises and give exclusive incites from rehearsal room.

These sessions are suitable for secondary students, groups and individual audience members and can accommodate up to 100 people.

"Interesting, and often revelatory"


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  • VENUE: The Theatre

    TICKET PRICES: £6 per session / £4 students (one FREE staff place per 10 students)

    BOOK TICKETS: Please call 0161 833 9833 (Individuals) / 0161 615 6702 (Schools and Groups) or via the online links below.


    Introducing... FRANKENSTEIN
    Thursday 22 March, 10.30am-12pm - Book Online

    Introducing... THE CHERRY ORCHARD
    Thursday 3 May, 10.30am-12pm - Book Online

    Workshops are suitable for individuals, schools and groups - for up to 100 people. 
    Age suitability as for each individual play.

    All sessions take place in the theatre space where the show is being staged. 
    Practical group work is dependent on the size of the parties attending. 

    The Arts Pot scheme can provide financial assistance for course and/or travel costs, this is to make sure that everyone can access our programme and that cost is not a barrier to taking part with us. If you would like to enquire about financial support please reserve your place at the Box Office then click here to download the Arts Pot form. Please note - this scheme is for individual participants only.

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