Discover classic narratives, modern tales and plot twists in this fun workshop for 5–10 year olds, packed with tips and tricks for telling an engaging story.
We all know the STORY is what lies at the heart of a show. But HOW a story is told is even more important! Learn what makes audiences cry, gasp and howl with laughter by joining us for an hour of creative activities and drama games that will make you into a master storyteller!
Maisie Newman is a Bristol based director, who has directed award winning productions across the South West. She is co-director of Fen and recently directed How to start a Fire with Out of Joint as well as Antigone with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company. Associated companies include Headlong Theatre, Out of Joint, Twisted Theatre, Bristol Old Vic’s Engagement department and Propolis Theatre.
Emma Hughes is an independent producer, curator and artist specialising in interactive and immersive experience making, and a member of Leave the Light Ensemble (Buffering, Bristol Old Vic, 2020). As an advocate of the arts and outdoors for health and wellbeing, she places community at the heart of her practice, facilitating creative expression and engagement with the natural world through making and producing work that is playful, accessible and innovative in its use of emerging technology. As researcher and curator for virtual reality (VR) exhibition company Limina Immersive, she has produced and curated sell-out VR events, as well as managing the set up of the UK’s first dedicated arts VR theatre.