‘No Toilets for Tigers’ – A Practical Workshop on Story-Making and Drama Approaches
Date: 21 November
Time: Log on and welcome from 9.45am. Session starts promptly at 10am – 12pm
Peter Wynne-Wilson was the drama worker on the first Moonbeams project in 2002, and he brought his skills and ideas developed in a career as a theatre writer and performer. He has found many of those same approaches are naturally at home in early years. In this practical online session, he will share his approaches, using drama techniques and story-making to develop language and creativity with and for early years, including 0-5 year olds.
Please bring with you a ‘moonbeam’ memory to share – one funny/memorable/creative thing that you have heard or seen from, or by, a baby or young child.
No experience is needed; it will be an engaging and practical workshop and open to all abilities and backgrounds.
Moonbeams’ Seminar Leader:
Peter is one of the most experienced and sought-after creators of Theatre for children in the UK; he has written more than 40 plays for young people and directed many more. Peter has also been a key artist or prime mover in a number of large-scale projects in the cultural and educational life of Birmingham, including founding Big Brum Theatre-in-Education Company in 1982, and ground-breaking work in early years’ drama, theatre for health, writer-in-schools projects and bilingual theatre. In particular, in recent years, he has pioneered cultural links between the UK and Korea. He has also taught on long and short courses at schools, colleges and universities, and done many writing residencies. He is currently the Course Director of the BA in Applied Theatre at Birmingham City University.
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