School Bookings

This page provides information on what the Arts Theatre can offer schools, from how to book tickets, to teacher forums and additional resources.

Key benefits of bringing your students to the theatre:

• Live performances of plays and literary adaptations strengthen students understanding and ability to write confidently about a subject

• Build social confidence– bringing children and young people into spaces makes new environments accessible to them

• Productions, such as our pantomime, can inspire cross-curriculum learning

• Experiencing live performances in a group creates a shared experience, nurturing feelings of inclusion, which can improve children and young people’s social skills and self-confidence.

  • Upcoming educational productions

    The Cambridge Greek Play
    Wednesday 16 - Saturday 19 October 2019

    Thursday 28 November 2019 - Saturday 11 January 2020

    Wednesday 29 January - Saturday 1 February 2020

    The Woman in Black
    Monday 24 - Saturday 29 February 2020

    An Inspector Calls
    Tuesday 17 - Saturday 21 March 2020

  • Production Resources

    Many productions have a verity of resources available which can help extend and deepen students experience of theatre.  These include resource packs which often contextualize information, related activities and interviews with the cast and company, workshops, online learning areas and pre and post-show talks.

    For more information, please contact our Education Manager, Rachel Osborne, on 01223 578912.

  • Teacher Forums

    We are always keen to hear from teachers and see how we can help with theatre-school engagement. To facilitate this we host teacher forums, to enable teachers from across the county to meet and learn about the theatre in an informal environment.

    The forums are based on a particular subject (we welcome suggestions) and are usually held in the early evening and can be followed by watching a show.

  • 4 step guide to booking a school party
    1. Call or email Rachel Osborne, who will make a reservation for the performance you wish to attend (advising on price, availability, transport and resources)
    2. We will hold the reservation for one month (if the show is within a month the reservation period can be negotiated) to give you time to send out letters and receive responses
    3. Call or email Rachel Osborne with the confirmed number of student and teacher tickets.
    4. Arrange payment – which can be made via credit card, cheque or invoice.
    5. Rachel will arrange seating plans, tickets and further information to be sent out to you, depending on the performance and what you need to make your trip run smoothly.
To discuss your booking contact our Education Manager

Rachel Osborne
Telephone: 01223 578912