A Child’s Christmas in Wales
We continue to work with the City and Council of Swansea’s Education Department, taking our adaptations of this Christmas classic into schools in the local area.
At Key Stage Two level, we perform the piece and then provide a theatre skills’ workshop for the students to enhance their understanding of the piece, improve their confidence levels and develop their communication skills
At Key Stage Three, the performance is a catalyst for a question and answer session about the work and the author to improve the learning experience for the attending students.
We also provide resources websites to help the teachers with preparation for the events.
‘This is masterful story-telling’, South Wales Evening Post
On Scarborough Front
In conjunction with the City and County of Swansea’s Education Advisory Service, Ty Cerdd and Arts Council Wales, we are presenting in schools, Stuart Fortey’s funny and poignant tale about Wilfred Owen’s last few days in Britain before being sent back to the front in 1917.
Clarence Gardens Hotel, Scarborough. 1917.
Wilfred Owen, recovering from shell-shock, comes face to face with Lieutenant-Colonel Gray in a Scarborough Hotel – both facing their own unspeakable demons far away from the trenches. Marking the centenary of the start World War One, Lighthouse Theatre present this touching piece about two minds meeting in the most of devastating circumstances.
“Both the performance and Q&A session were excellent – pupils and staff were captivated” – Teacher from Cefn Hengoed Community School
Teachers’ comments on our previous educational projects
“The children were engaged throughout due to the high standard of acting”
“Everyone had a great time”
“Very useful for reading, behaviour, visualisation and enhancing vocabulary”
“Thank you – a fantastic experience!”