Explore all of our events for students, both in person in Stratford-upon-Avon, or online and accessible from anywhere in the UK.

Research tells us that when children and young people approach Shakespeare's texts as actors do, the effects can be profound.

By working on their feet and speaking the words out loud, young people not only find it easier to unlock Shakespeare's language, but also see improvements in their confidence and their ability to express themselves and ideas more clearly.

Read more about Rehearsal Room approaches

We offer events both in-person, in Stratford-upon-Avon, and online, giving young people all over the country the chance to experience our work.

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'We were able to see how they created each scene and could give suggestions on how to improve it.  I liked how we then got to see them in the real play.'

Primary student

Student Workshops

Online workshops on set Shakespeare texts are now available for Drama and Theatre Studies students

Free Schools Broadcast - The Tempest

Register now for our Free Schools' Broadcast of The Tempest, available to watch on demand from 15 - 19 November 2021

Insight into The Magician's Elephant

These pre-show sessions in the theatre invite students to work with members of the Acting Company and Creative Teams to explore how the production has gone from page to stage

Primary Open Day: The Magician's Elephant

Explore The Magician's Elephant through a series of workshops before watching the matinee performance.

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