Mood Music is no longer available to stream online, however, you can still use their teaching resources and download the Mood Music Education Pack.
For more information about The Old Vic’s education offering – see our complete guide below.
About Mood Music
Behind its seductive and glamorous veneer, the music industry has a dark side. Whether it’s bitter legal battles fought by the likes of George Michael, Kesha and Tulisa, or the lost lives of Amy Winehouse and Chris Cornell, the price of fame and success can be brutal.
‘The music industry isn’t about healing heartbreak and vulnerability. It’s about selling it.’
In a top London recording studio, Cat, a young songwriter, her producer Bernard, their lawyers and psychotherapists go to battle over who owns a hit song. Amidst a gathering storm of bitter complaints and recriminations Cat and Bernard inflict a devastating toll on each other.
Running time: TBC
Suitable for: Ages 14+
Dates available: Until 14 July
The Old Vic’s Mood Music Teaching Resources
The Old Vic has created bespoke Mood Music teaching resources that you can use to support the show. Download their free Mood Music education pack and watch their free educational videos to get further insight into the show.
Mood Music Education Pack
Download the official Mood Music Education Pack. The free teaching resource has been created by The Old Vic to support GCSE and A Level students looking to review the production.
The teaching resource includes information and background to the show plus rehearsal diaries, interviews and practical activities.
The Old Vic’s Mood Music Educational Videos
The Old Vic has produced a selection of videos that you can use to give your students further insight into the show.
How to watch The Old Vic’s Mood Music
Mood Music is available to watch for free on The old Vic’s YouTube channel. The production is live from 7pm on Wednesday 8 July and on-demand for 7 days.
Get access to more free teaching resources from The Old Vic
The Old Vic offers a comprehensive education hub. The site includes behind-the-scenes insights, careers advice, education packs, educational videos, online workshop and guides.
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Suitable for: Upper KS2, KS3, KS4 & KS5
Subject links: Citizenship, Art & Design, Drama, English, Music & PSHE
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