This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Curve Programme Development Officer, Dayna White, for the attention of Schools schools, Headteachers, Drama Leads, PHSE Leads, Citizenship Leads, Deputy Headteachers, Pastoral Care
The Curve is happy to announce we will be hosting ‘Pipeline’ in Autumn 2020', a show exploring themes around education, exclusion and prison. Slough is very lucky to have been chosen as one of 5 areas to work with Mandala Theatre Company to offer free creative workshops to Slough schools this November. This opportunity is open to students over the age of 13 and we have a capacity of 60 spaces in total to offer. Your students will use the draft script, which has been put together in collaboration with young people across the country from PRUs and Youth Offender Institutions, to explore the themes which will be covered in the show with Yasmin Sidhwa, Artistic Director of Mandala Theatre Company.
The workshops will last for one hour and will take place on Tuesday 26th November and Friday 29th November. Spaces are limited so please do get in touch urgently if you are interested in bringing students along to the workshop or if you have any questions.
This project is a collaboration between Mandala Theatre Company, Libraries and Culture, Young People’s Service and Community Development at Slough Borough Council.