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Join the Everyman theatre to explore how the arts are moving towards a sustainable future. Explore real world issues and respond to the complexities and solutions around them.


Students will have a tour of their building followed by a creative workshop to design their own sustainable set. They will use their decision making and maths skills as they take on creative roles.

Key Information.

Suitable for: KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4

Ages: 5-7, 7-11, 11-14, 14-16

Subjects: Maths, PSHE

Topics: Devising, Sustainability

Type: At Venue

Duration: up to 2.5 hours

Cost: £275 + VAT per booking

Dates: Ongoing (during term time only)

Min. Students: 8

Max. Students: 30

SEND: Yes - suitable for students with SEND

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About Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres.

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Their mission is to use the power of theatre to inspire, entertain and nurture positive social change. In their theatres, communities, schools and outside Liverpool – they hope to ignite the imagination and explore what it is to be human.

Across both venues they create and receive forward thinking theatre chosen especially for you. Their award-winning youth arts programme, Young Everyman Playhouse (YEP), is integrated into every aspect of their work and includes traineeships in producing, technical theatre, directing and acting.

At Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, they want all young people to experience brilliant theatre, learn what happens behind the scenes, and be inspired by the creative process; they offer a wide range of workshops, CPD, events, activities and networking opportunities. Whether you’re teaching in primary, secondary, further education or at SEND/SEMH schools, their team are keen to work with you to place creativity at the heart of learning.

They have a series of pre-designed workshops and tours available, as well as bespoke partnership packages, to inspire and engage your students and teachers.

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