Workshops and events for students
We offer a wide range of workshops and events to give students opportunities to explore Shakespeare's plays as actors and directors.
To see Year 7 students from Archbishop McGrath School doing Shakespeare on their feet, seeing Shakespeare live and starting Shakespeare earlier, watch the trailer: Students enjoying Shakespeare
Download the 2013 Education Brochure
Choose a category below to find out about more offers for students:
- Practical Workshops
Full and half day practical sessions which explore the creative choices behind current RSC productions or any Shakespeare play.
- Theatre Days
Pre-show sessions with members of the acting company and creative teams.
- Sixth-form and undergraduate conferences
For students aged 16+, we currently run conferences and courses which offer opportunities to explore Shakespeare's plays in more depth.
- Post-Show Talkbacks
Selected matinee performances with an opportunity for students to take part in a Q&A session with members of the Artistic and Education teams.
We also provide Continuing Professional Development for teachers who want to enhance their skills in active approaches to Shakespeare.
Our book, The RSC Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers, offers practical classroom activities for teachers of KS2 and KS3 pupils.
To find out more about the proven benefits of our work, visit our Research and Case studies pages.
RSC workshops, conferences and professional development courses for students and teachers are generously supported by THE CLORE DUFFIELD FOUNDATION.