EXCLUSIVE FOR SCHOOLS : The Paper Dolls workshop!
Polka Theatre’s hit production of Julia Donaldson’s The Paper Dolls is returning this Christmas to New Wimbledon Theatre!
Whether you would like a workshop based on making your own paper doll garlands and puppets, or an interactive storytelling session, or both we can explore The Paper Dolls themes of growing up, friendship and the power of using imagination.
If you are interested in booking one of our The Paper Dolls workshops, please fill out the School Workshop Application Form or call us on 020 8545 8349.
Proof of group booking purchase is required to access discount : please ensure you are able to send a copy of your ticket confirmation.
For any queries please call us on 020 8545 8349 or email the Creative Learning Department.
Polka’s experienced team of actors, directors, storytellers and puppeteers are on hand to deliver a range of workshops in your school. Whether it’s a puppet-making session exploring your favourite pets, a storytelling masterclass to celebrate World Book Day, a drama workshop discovering the wonderful women who have changed the course of history or a chance to develop your poetry skills – we will create a bespoke workshop for you and your pupils.
For assistance with your booking enquiry form please contact Polka’s School Workshops please email email@example.com or call 020 8545 8329
Polka has a selection of teacher resource packs based on our main house productions, available here to download for free. These packs focus primarily on creative, practical drama activities and literacy exercises that support the development of language and communication.
Freefalling is Polka’s free youth theatre for children experiencing challenging circumstances at school or at home. Children are referred to the project by an adult involved with the child in a professional capacity: For example, a teacher or social worker. Children who are referred to the project will usually have an interest in drama but no experience is required to access and enjoy this creative opportunity.
Freefalling is run by a team of experienced theatre professionals; sessions are designed to improve and develop participants’ confidence, teamwork and speaking and listening skills through games and role-play, while also introducing a range of theatre skills and techniques. After several weekly drama sessions that run throughout the Spring and Summer term, and a final, intensive summer school, the project climaxed with the production of a new play, devised and performed by the participants, on the main stage at Polka.
Freefalling is only available to children attending school or living in the London borough of Merton
For more information about the project please email John McCraw, Freefalling Project Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Freefalling is supported by Arbonne Charitable Foundation, Icon Foundation, The Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust and The Charles Skey Charitable Trust.
Polka Theatre is an Arts Award Supporter. We offer a variety of activities to support children in achieving their Discover and Explore Arts Awards. The Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification for children and young people aged 5 – 25 years old and can be delivered in a number of ways including; theatre visits, one-off workshops and after school clubs.
For more details please email email@example.com or call on 020 8545 8329