A Doll’s House (Adapted by Tanika Gupta): Springboard Scheme of Work for GCSE Drama

Set text for GCSE Edexcel Striking a chord heavier than its original counterpart by Henrik Ibsen, Tanika Gupta’s adaptation of A Doll’s House set in India under Crown rule offers even more layers of intrigue, atmosphere and gender politics. Covering key thematic and theatrical elements, this Springboard Scheme of Work will help students to gain … Continue reading A Doll’s House (Adapted by Tanika Gupta): Springboard Scheme of Work for GCSE Drama

Artaud: A Complete Guide for A Level WJEC

Enable students to undertake an exhilarating exploration of how theatre can be pushed to its extremes. Engaging notes and inspired activities bring The Theatre of Cruelty to life! Students will explore, interpret and gain full appreciation of Antonin Artaud’s work and ethos: Comprehensive and captivating notes cover Artaud from all angles Including context, beginnings, works, … Continue reading Artaud: A Complete Guide for A Level WJEC

Our Country’s Good: A Complete Play Guide for A Level Drama

Based on the novel The Playmaker by Thomas Keneally, Our Country’s Good charts the exploits of the first group of convicts that set sail for Botany Bay and highlights the struggle that a group of convicts and one officer faced to perform Australia’s first theatrical production. In doing so, it provides an examination of the … Continue reading Our Country’s Good: A Complete Play Guide for A Level Drama

Thespian Follies: Short Comic Scripts for KS3 and GCSE Drama

A collection of 13 tried-and-tested, short comic scripts with theatre and its processes at its core. Each small-cast play explores a range of themes to engage, inspire and encourage creativity among your students. Ready to rehearse and perform No specialised equipment or preparation needed Suitable for Year 9 acting assessments or GCSE preparation A range … Continue reading Thespian Follies: Short Comic Scripts for KS3 and GCSE Drama

Refugee Boy: Scheme of Work for KS3 Drama

With cross references to the popular adapted play by Lemn Sissay, this scheme of work will focus on deep and difficult issues that arise in the play and in reality, including foster care, knife crime and discrimination. Over eight lessons, students will develop their drama skills while examining the challenges facing refugees when seeking asylum … Continue reading Refugee Boy: Scheme of Work for KS3 Drama