The provision of practical theatre workshops on the subject of Greek theatre, led by fully qualified arts practitioners, are in limited supply
State school budgets for theatre visits & workshops have been cut & subjects like Classics & Drama have suffered, with Greek drama becoming less accessible
The demand for external teaching and learning support via workshops and productions that is practical, supportive and instructive remains high
We offer affordable, practical & fun drama workshops which are focussed on classic Greek texts. Our free online drama resources support the teaching & studying of Ancient Greek plays, & we offer DVDs, audiobooks and essays in addition. Our productions keep Greek plays alive and accessible.
Our impact video
Greek drama workshops
Free Greek drama resources
Discussions, talks and debates
Productions of Greek drama
Development of primary school workshops
Development of our community work
30 subsidised/free Greek drama workshops for state schools
Number of teachers/students accessing our free resources
10 x subsidised or free discussions, talks or debates
Creating our next production for touring
Development of Ancient myth workshops for primary schools
Developing workshops with communities in East Sussex
By offering subsidised/free outreach opportunities we make Greek theatre more accessible to state school students who wouldn't otherwise have this opportunity
By offering free online resources, we reach thousands of teachers & students across the country who may otherwise find it hard to see our work
By developing workshops for primary schools & hard to reach community groups, we are keeping the Classics alive for wider audiences
Our work informs, instructs and inspires modern audiences, which keeps Greek drama alive and celebrates its relevance and worth in our society.
We advance public education in the arts with particular, but not exclusive, reference to the art of theatre and Greek classical drama. Our passion is to ensure that this intrinsic part of our dramatic heritage remains accessible and alive for modern audiences, in theatres, in schools and beyond.