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TT1819 Cultural Catalogue

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SECONDARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS Students will develop their performance skills in response to site, sound and source material. Learning Outcomes Teacher Commitment & Training What happens at the end? Other Resources/Support They will also develop their physical and non-verbal devising skills, while exploring the potential of sitesympathetic theatre. Two teachers must attend with each group and are encouraged to join in with the workshop. Teachers must arrange all transport to and from the village. The students devise their own work based on Punchdrunk’s practice and share with each other at the end of the workshop. Teachers are encouraged to take the learning and practice back into school. Punchdrunk will provide a follow up resource pack for teachers to use in the classroom. Costs £250 per workshop 100

SECONDARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS Royal Opera House Project Name Romeo and Juliet Dance Project About the Project The Royal Ballet is one of the great ballet companies of the world. From its base at the Royal Opera House (ROH) in London’s Covent Garden, today’s most dynamic and versatile dancers come together with a world-class orchestra and leading choreographers, composers, conductors, designers and creative teams to share an awe-inspiring theatrical experience with diverse audiences worldwide. Sir Kenneth MacMillan was one of the leading choreographers of his generation. His ballets are distinguished by their penetrating psychological insight and expressive use of classical language. This project is a series of practical dance workshops, using a creative dance approach to exploring and choreographing work based on Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s ballet Romeo and Juliet. Through guided physical exploration, creative tasks will be set in order to facilitate the student’s own choreography. Teachers can choose between: • A series of 3 morning or afternoon workshops • A series of 5 morning or afternoon workshops Suitability Dates, Location & Format Suitable for KS3 groups, with a maximum of 30 students per workshop. This project may also be suitable for students considering Dance as a GCSE option. The sessions can take place at any time in the academic year but will need to be booked and planned between the teacher and dance practitioner, at least a term in advance. This project takes place in-school, over a series of 3 or 5 workshops. Each workshop is a maximum of 3 hours in length. 101