To mark the centenary of the First World War, Northwest Drama Services. is undertaking a very exciting project; a series of history based performance festivals, exploring the lives and experiences of those who lived through "the war to end all wars".
After two highly successful festivals, we have decided that the Children's Time Travel Festival will have a hiatus. We shall return however, and you can register your interest here now!
During this time, we are delighted to be able to offer a UNIQUE DRAMA FOR LEARNING CPD EVENT as well as a DRAMA DAY experience to launch or support your own curriculum delivery in this area.
"Keep the home fires burning"
The Children's Time Travel Festival 2014
The Children's Time Travel Festival
The First World War
We are currently offering are offering a BRAND NEW and highly acclaimed Drama Day: The First World War.
Experience some incredible stories from the Great War, from the experiences of soldiers leaving for Europe to serve on the front line, to the compelling story of British nurse Edith Cavell. This drama day is expected to book quickly.
We can also offer personal support and CPD in your own setting. Get in touch to discuss this.
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About The Children's Time Travel Festival
The Children's Time Travel Festival was born through a recognised need for high quality history based drama at primary level, and a passionate belief that the remarkable stories of those who lived through the First World War still resonate powerfully one hundred years on.
The festival has seen our performances in large scale non-theatre spaces: Imperial War Museum North and Manchester's historic Victoria Baths.
With an acclaimed scheme of work written by John Doona and Emma Bramley, participating schools will use drama to tell the stories of history through the lives of real people - lives that your children will have the chance to inhabit and experience through carefully constructed imagined experience. Experience that we will open up and support your own staff’s delivery. Through their participation in the project your staff will develop their expertise in the delivery of a compelling drama approach; expertise which they will be able to transfer to other subject areas and to other staff across your schools. Through your participation your school will be developing its own in-house drama specialists.