English Through Drama workshops are a fun and creative way for kids to actively improve their English language
skills. Games, role play and text based exercises help to build confidence and increase vocabulary leading to an improved ability in speaking the language. Workshops are run as an extra school activity on a weekly basis for the
whole term. (To discuss running a programme at your school please contact me directly).
Poster designed by the kids of The Berlin British School Drama and Theatre Club
This one day workshop is aimed at introducing English language 6th form students to the characters and plots of Shakespeare, and to interpreting the dialogue for modern day understanding.
Focusing upon the three plays: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Romeo and Juliet students are invited to explore the authors work
and its themes in a fun and interactive way. Roles are cast openly regardless of gender in order to give students as broad an experience as possible. This exploration then sets the scene for open discussion and debate leading to an interpretation and greater
understanding of the language. The workshop aims at complimenting schools existing curriculum. Please contact me directly to discuss fees and to book the workshop for your school.
(Previous clients include Oberschule Findorff and Kippenberg Gymnasium Bremen). Click on the link below to read about it in German.