Theatre Exchange are pleased to be touring these special theatre projects for children this summer. See dates and booking info below:
Arun Leisure Centre, Bognor Regis
7th August: Lion king (5-12) 2 hours | Tots toy story (2-5) 1 hour
15th August: Play in a day Aladdin (5-12) 10am-3pm
26th August: Moonbrella tots (2-5) 1 hour | Horrible histories (5-12) 2 hours
Tandridge Leisure Centre, Oxted, Surrey
29th July: Unicorns and dragons Arts and crafts | Studio 2 | 1.30 – 3pm
30th July: Amazon drumming workshops | Studio 2 | 11.30 – 12.30pm | 1.30 - 2.30pm
1st August: Boo Hiccup Magic show | Studio 1 | 3 – 4pm
2nd August: Play in a day | Revolting rhymes | Studio 2 | 10 – 3pm
5th August: Tots toy story | Studio 2 | 2 – 3pm
6th August: Music Video Dance | Studio 2 | 2 – 3.30pm
9th August: Pottery clocks | Studio 2 | 1.30 – 3.30pm
12th August: Murder Mystery | Drama workshop | Studio 2 | 1 – 3pm
14th August: Karaoke Party | Studio 1 | 2 – 4pm
16th August: Play in a day Aladdin | Studio 2 | 10 – 3pm
19th August: Treasure Island | Arts and crafts | Studio 2 | 1.30pm – 3pm
20th August: Lion King Drama workshop | Studio 2 | 1 – 3pm
22nd August: Moonbrella Drama workshop | Studio 2 | 2 – 3pm
27th August: Tots Dance workshop | Studio 2 | 10 – 11am
28th August: Horrible Histories | Drama workshop | Studio 2 | 1.30 – 3.30pm
29th August: Express yourself Art day | 12 – 5pm
30th August: Play in a day Treasure Island | Studio 2 | 10 – 3pm
2nd September: Avengers Masks Arts and Crafts | Studio 2 | 1.30 – 3pm
To book contact 01883 716717
Theatre Exchange’s projects can be extremely varied. Whilst much of our work is developed for children and young people, we have also created work for and with communities, creating culturally resonant theatre within a community setting. These include:
- An outdoor performance celebrating the story and myths of Guy Fawkes for the Surrey Lantern Festivals in conjunction with Strange Cargo.
- A site-specific piece of celebrating gardening, working alongside the Royal Horticultural Society at The Hampton Court Flower Show.
- The ‘Halloween Walk’, an installation and interactive performance piece developed for 3 locations in Surrey.
- An interactive theatre piece devised as part of Arts Partnership’s “Forgotten Festivals”, and coinciding with Lingfield’s Jubilee street party celebrations.
Other projects include the National Young Playwrights Festival, a very successful initiative funded by ACE, championed by David Woods. Winning entries tour to venues across the South East and London including the New Wimbledon Theatre. In 2010 Theatre Exchange was commissioned by the British Council to develop a participatory programme for the World Shakespeare Festival.
Other clients and partners include Surrey County Council, Hampshire County Council, Richmond Theatre, Creative Partnerships, Arts Partnership Surrey, Farnham Maltings, Sutton Borough Council, Woking Borough Council, RC Sherriff Rosebriars Trust, Arts Council England.