Barnstorm Theatre Company
Dates: 4th, 5th, 6th – 9th of March 2020
Barnstorm Theatre Company is delighted to present its new production of ‘Alice and the Wolf’ by Tom Swift.
Alice spends virtually all her time in Wolf Wood. You know, the world’s deepest, darkest online game. Why not? Her dad isn’t around, her mother’s gone to Canada to meet a lumberjack and her best friend’s dumped her for a YouTube star.
But what happens when the people you meet online come looking for you in real life? Who can you trust, and who is the Big Bad Wolf? This re-telling of the Little Red Riding Hood story is a digital fairy tale that’s deliciously funny and full of dangerously dark twists.
For County Kilkenny schools attending the play, we offer two in-school workshops:
- A pre-show session using the poster image and model-box of the set to explore the children’s expectations of the upcoming theatre experience;
- A post-show session using a critical response method that encourages the children to articulate their experience of the production. (Comprehension & Oral Language Development)
These sessions are optional and capacity is limited, therefore they will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
A resource pack will be provided to participating teachers. Linked to the SPHE syllabus, the pack will provide a focus for exploration and discussion of themes raised through the play.
Performances of ‘Alice and the Wolf’ will take place at the Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny.
Dates & Times
Wednesday 04 March at 11.30am
Thursday 05, Friday 06 and Monday 09 March 2020 at 10.00am & 12.30pm
School Group Rate €10, one teacher free with each booking of 12
For more information or to obtain a resource pack, please contact Barnstorm Theatre at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 056 7751266
Tickets are available online at watergatetheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873615598
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