Here at Theatre Alibi we believe strongly in the powerful role Arts can play in Education.
Every Autumn we tour to Primary Schools across the South West with a production for 5-11 year olds. All our productions are accompanied by a free Teacher’s Resource Pack.
We are an AQA Prescribed Practitioner. Our adult work plays across the country and we welcome school groups to join us and to use our work to further their learning in GCSE and A-Level Drama Studies. All our productions are accompanied by a free study pack as well as a wealth of digital material including interviews with our production team and insights into the making of the show.
Full recordings of our shows are available as downloads or DVDs and our tailored workshops can be requested nation-wide.
You can book shows and workshops, download our educational content and purchase full recordings by following the links below.
Please find our GCSE and A Level study pack about Theatre Alibi’s approach to Theatre Making here:
GCSE and A-Level Study Pack - TA Approach to Theatre Making
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Theatre Alibi is an Arts Award Supporter. Young people can use our work to achieve objectives of the Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold Arts Award.
Visit the Arts Award website www.artsaward.org.uk for more information.
Theatre Alibi supports schools working towards Artsmark. If you’d like to find out more about the benefits to your school of Artsmark visit www.artsmark.org.uk.
To find out about the Cultural Education Challenge, which encourages those working in education and the arts to work together to offer consistent cultural education for all children and young people, please see here.