TicTac Theatre run a variety of workshops. From Drama Courses at both Secondary, Post 16 and University Level, SEN, Youth Theatre Groups and Amateur Theatre clubs. The workshops are an SSE, so any money that students/schools pay goes directly and only into the resources for workshops.
Workshops last anywhere between an hour & 3 hours (depending how long you need it for your timetable). They can also be one off workshops or a series. Content varies but can include :
Creating a Character
Status & Circles of Attention
Set - Text (Including but not limited to: Inspector Calls, Jane Eyre, Macbeth, R&J, Twelfth Night, Dancing at Lughnasa, To Kill a Mockingbird)
These theatre workshops are not only designed for students studying English & Drama. The Life-Skills that are taught alongside are a valuable and often unmet resource that can aid those furthest from the education field.
Some of these benefits include:
Tolerance & Understanding
Sense of belonging & understanding group dynamics (Social Skills)
Happiness, Fun & Well-Being
Building Confidence & Self-Esteem
Ability to understand & express feelings
All of this happens in a Safe Space to allow the opportunity to take risks and be supported, both by the workshop leaders and their peers.
TicTac Theatre also run Hot-Seating and Q +A Sessions on their current productions, and do deals for private performances with workshops/Q+A's after.
For information and prices on specific workshops, or enquiries for Set-Text work, please contact Hannah, Workshop Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah has over 10 years experience as a workshop Leader and Drama Facilitator including for Northcott Theatre, StageCoach Theatre Arts, Cygnet Youth Theatre & Rainbow Theatre, She has worked with Young People in drama settings from the ages of 5-25. As well as English as a Foreign Language and SEN.
As a performer Hannah has toured all of the country and performed in a variety of theatre spaces including Shakespeare's Globe & Her Majesty's Theatre (West End).
TicTac Theatre also run their own Youth Group. Students who attend the youth group are given professional opportunities. Recent students have gained Professional Agency Representation, had Professional Voice-Over Work, and Professional Theatre Work.
TicTac Theatre are committed to Safeguarding
'The workshops were engaging and thought-provoking'
'Knew exactly what they were talking about and shared that knowledge effectively'.
'understood what the individual student needed whilst managing a big group'