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Our International Touring Programme

We have been working in schools throughout Europe and the UAE since 2017 with our theatre in education work.  We have forged excellent relationships with lots of schools, many of whom have rebooked our productions a number of times.  Please be assured, all of our productions have been developed to ensure they are culturally sensitive to the region.

 

Forthcoming Paris Tour May 2024:

We are delighted to be visiting Paris for our next European International Schools tour between Monday 1st July - Friday 5th July 2024. The following productions are available to book.  

"The students at GEMS Wellington International School thoroughly enjoyed the performance of ‘How Are You’ and were talking about the production long after the performance. It was engaging and thought-provoking. It gave teachers a good starting point for meaningful conversations about mental health and well-being."
Samantha Murray.  Gems Wellington International School

"The performance of ‘How are You?’ came as part of our Wellbeing Week and both our students and staff found it incredibly engaging. The content was easily relatable to the lives of our students and, therefore, had direct relevance to them. There was a very clear and powerful message throughout and we are extremely indebted to the cast for helping us to frame an open and transparent dialogue with our students around mental health."
Graeme Malcolm. Nord Anglia International School

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Hope - Anti-Bullying
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How Are You? - Well-being
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UN-Social Media NEW

'Hope' The UKs most performed anti-bullying production.  Touring the UK and internationally Since 2007.

'How Are You?' is a contemporary and entertaining drama that considers Mental Health and Wellbeing in young people. 

UN-Social Media...  A Production Exploring The Relationship Between Young People and The Internet..As we all spend more time online, this production helps young people to make positive and informed choices surrounding their internet usage.

All the productions are suitable for a primary or secondary audience and are age appropriate for pupils 10 years of age upwards.  In addition to the performance, each production comes complete with a teachers' pack, which provides a range of activities based on the drama that can be used as follow up material by class teachers.  Each production is approximately 50 minutes in length.  However, times can be adapted to ensure minimal disruption to the school timetable, 

 

If you would like to make a any questions about the the productions on offer.  Please contact us by email: james@takeawaytheatre.co.uk or call our international tour booking specialist James Cusker on +44 7399 383443

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