News: Theatre Centre releases free high quality digital adaptation of Charlie Josephine’s Birds and Bees for schools

Theatre Centre will release a digital adaptation of new play Birds and Bees by Charlie Josephine (Pops, Edinburgh Fringe 2019) to UK state secondary schools, providing a high-quality blended learning resource for free. Having worked closely with teachers, education leaders and pupils, they hope this small gesture can make a difference, supporting schools to deliver... Continue Reading →

News: Showcasing a nation of storytellers, ImagiNation Festival launches online

Theatre Centre, in collaboration with Theatre503, will present ImagiNation Festival, an exciting new online event, culminating their national storytelling project. Showcasing 19 short plays across three days, as well as live Q&As with the acclaimed writers, the Festival aims to broadcast a digital patchwork of the nation, using the recorded submissions from across the country to... Continue Reading →

Interview with Rob Watt

Rob Watt’s inaugural season as interim Artistic Director of Theatre Centre has launched with a digital writing course led by professional writers to champion the next generation of voices. I caught up with Rob to find out more.  How did you get involved with theatre? I failed my A-Levels! This is not a piece of... Continue Reading →

News: Theatre Centre launches new season with a difference, offering educational initiatives

Rob Watt’s striking inaugural season as interim Artistic Director of Theatre Centre launches with a digital writing course led by exceptional professional writers to champion the next generation of voices. Alongside this are two fantastic new collaborations: 19 new commissions as part of ImagiNation, a digital anthology with Theatre503 to be presented by the nation;... Continue Reading →

News: Production images released for The Border

Production images have today been released for the new touring production of The Border by Afsaneh Gray, a new politically-charged comedy aimed to inspire young audiences. This outrageous Brechtian parable highlighting the absurdity of borders will tour extensively to both schools and theatres to engage audiences across the country in an urgent national conversation. The... Continue Reading →

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