Reveal Theatre works hard with others to help bring education through drama, working within schools and other organisations we deliver workshops and interactive lessons to help eachother understand some of the problems facing our society today.
'Game On' and 'Silent Anger' are two ways in which we do this. More information can be seen by clicking the respective logo and visiting the invidual websites.
“Game On” is a programme of work delivered to both Key Stage 3 pupils of High School and Key Stage 2 pupils of Primary School that explores through the use of drama workshops how dangerous and extreme views and beliefs can divide communities and also we investigate how cohesion is the foundation of the values of equality.
Through drama, the children and young people explore their concerns, worries and experiences around the issues of race, religion and culture by looking at their stories.
“Game On” is delivered by Reveal Theatre’s experienced and trained practitioners working closely with our Partners associated within the area of Cohesion and PREVENT.
Following on from the “Silent Anger” production,
The workshops are based on organisations
Reveal Theatre created the workshops
NewsA recent article written by Mr Robert Marsden on one theatre company’s work to combat extremism and foster community can be seen here