RABBLE Theatre

This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council on behalf of RABBLE theatre for the attention of all Schools. 

We at RABBLE Theatre are excited to be working in Slough on a few projects and I really hope that we get to come and work with you. We’re doing a new play called Station Jim at Slough Train Station on Saturday 30th March, which you and your students would be really welcome to. Times are TBC, but it’s free and should be really fun. 

We have been running Macbeth workshops over in Reading for many years and I wondered whether you might like for us to come to your school?

The interactive, practical sessions are perfect for all abilities and focus on:

- The story of the play

- Key characters

- Iambic pentameter

- Important scenes and speeches

Over the course of the practical session, students will create freeze-frames, enjoy improvisations, explore rhythm-based games, play characters from the play and even direct our professional actors.

The workshop is principally aimed at students studying for GCSE English, though we can (and regularly do) adapt for younger or older students, or to Drama students. The workshop takes place in your school and sessions run from 2hrs to a full day, depending on what you like. They can be adapted to any group size, from small class to entire year group.

If you’re interested in a workshop then please contact Hannah on acting@rabbletheatre.com. We’d love to come and work with you.

For more information, please visit: RABBLE Theatre

Kind regards,

Toby Davies, Co-Artistic Director | RABBLE Theatre