Delve into the world of Theatre with our show specific workshops and tours tailored to fulfill the National Curriculum. Suitable for KS1 – 5 workshops are delivered in 90 min sessions at your school for up to 30 pupils, or explore the set and our working theatre with educational tours. We will work on a one to one basis with you to ensure your pupils get the educational experience they need, with extension activities provided to continue the work explored.
Be sure to also check out the great group and education rates we offer.
All workshops are designed to be delivered in your school £75 for 90 minutes (up to 30 pupils).
Tours are £4 per pupil (reductions available for pupil premium).
There will be Q&A sessions with the cast after certain shows (please get in touch for further details).
To find out more please contact our community and education outreach officer:
Community & Education Outreach Co-ordinator
023 9285 2218
Post Show Q&A | Tuesday Matinee
English KS4 &5 – Discuss the evolution of ghosts within literature before analysing Susan Hill’s and Stephen Mallatratt’s portrayal. For KS5, we’ll explore features of the gothic and how this presents a challenge to a contemporary reader/audience while exploring the changes made to the text while adapting it for the stage and create your own short scripts based on the real ghosts of the Kings Theatre.
Drama KS4&5 – This session will prepare your students to evaluate the live performance. At KS5, we will explore the dynamic choices made by the director of ‘The Woman in Black’ before using devised and ensemble theatre work to create some of the most iconic moments from the text.
Science/Design Technology KS4 – In this dynamic and practical workshop, pupils will learn about the creation of the ‘Pepper’s Ghost’ illusion before being guided to make their own using mirrors and craft materials.
History KS4 – Investigate the social historical context of the text and how different gender roles from the period contribute to our understanding of the text.
PSHE/Citizenship KS4 – Debate whether the curse is real or a hoax using replica artefacts and extracts from the text, pupils will examine the causes of the tragedy as well as how it could have been prevented.
The Edwardian Kings Theatre is the ideal venue for the terrifying ‘Woman in Black’. On our tour you’ll learn all about the social history of the theatre, as well as a few of our own ghosts, making it the perfect setting for this performance.
English KS4 & 5– Putting social history on the stage.
Enjoy a tour of the iconic theatre before being allowed a peek behind the curtain to see how this famous production is staged.