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The Play House provides exciting theatre and drama to stimulate the learning of children and young people.

We provide theatre-in-education tours, drama workshops, training and consultancy, with meaningful participation at the heart of everything we do.  click here if you want to find out more.

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From The Play House Blog

Gavin M

Next year’s primary tours now available!

May 13th, 2014

We’ve now planned all the Foundation and Primary tours for the next academic year, including some exciting new projects and the return of some old favourites. The booking forms for next academic year are now available to download (see the link at the bottom of this blog entry). Some of our most popular tours are […]

sarahjane

Spring Programme 2014

January 22nd, 2014

The new term has started and our programmes are beginning to out into schools. Malcolm is already touring with Little Red Hen, our ever popular KS1 programme that takes a fun look at numeracy ending with a loaf of lovely fresh bread. Juliet is rehearsing The Last Train with Lily that tells the story of […]

Simon T

Public Performances

January 9th, 2014

As part of the Birmingham Repertory Theatres First Stages programme, The Play House are adapting four popular Language Alive programmes for public performances. First Stages is the ideal way to introduce a new generation to the delights of theatre and features plays especially for nursery and primary school-aged children. Language Alive! First Stages – Spring/Summer 2014 […]

Latest Projects

A Tale to tell AUT 14 - Exploring the rich world of Arabic storytelling (Years 3 & 4)
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Foreign Fields AUT 14 - Commemorating the centenary of World War 1
Rainforest Symphony AUT 14 - A musical journey into the rainforest for KS1
Tapestry AUT 14 - Exploring extremism with 13-18 year olds
 

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