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PRIMARY SCHOOL SHOWS - CLASSICS FOR SUMMER 2021

We regularly tour our adaptations of classic texts to outdoor venues in our summer open air season and this summer Primary Schools can book a performance to come into school.

The shows can be performed in your school hall, or outside in your grounds and are full productions, running for 1hr 30mins, including a short interval for a toilet break.

Both titles are suitable for the whole Primary age-range so if you're interested please ask for dates.

TREASURE ISLAND
THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT
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Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of swashbuckling pirates and buried treasure is touring this summer in a brand new adaptation by Michael Whitmore.

Follow the fortunes of young Jim Hawkins as he sets sail aboard the HIspaniola to uncover the hidden bounty of the notorious  buccaneer Captain Flint.

But who really is the genial ship's cook with the wooden leg and parrot and are the rest of the crew to be trusted?

FInd out in Treasure Island.

 

Suitable for all ages.

Beatrix Potter's ever popular  rascally rabbit is brought to life in Michael Whitmore's delightful new adaptation. 

Naughty Peter knows he is not allowed to go anywhere near Mr McGregor's garden, but he cannot resist and soon finds himself in all sorts of trouble!

Will he get away in one piece, and has he learned his lesson, or will his headstrong cousin Benjamin persuade him to go back just one more time...?

Join them on their hair-raising adventures in our charming new show.

 

Suitable for all ages.

CHRISTMAS PLAY 21/22

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
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The Night Before Christmas

 

It's the night before Christmas and all is quiet and peaceful in the house. 

 

But just as the children are dreaming happily of all the presents they will be getting on Christmas Day, their father suddenly hears a strange clatter on the lawn outside. 

 

Leaping out of bed to the window he is amazed to see it's none other than St. Nicholas himself, along with his eight reindeer, come to fill the family's stockings with Christmas gifts.

This charming tale of a chance encounter with St Nicholas brings some much needed Christmas cheer to one and all in the festive period.

Based on the Charles Clement Moore poem, A Visit from St Nicholas Michael Whitmore's brand new adaptation presents this classic text in a magical new playlet for all ages.

   

"Twas the night before Christmas

When all through the house

Not a creature was stirring,

Not even a mouse..."

 

The play has been adapted directly from the poem and incorporates all the original text.  It has been developed into a short playlet to enable schools to have multiple showings in a morning or afternoon session so that each class bubble can have a separate performance.  We would expect to perform up to 4 times in a morning and up to 3 times in an afternoon depending on the length of the school day.

 

Running time:       25 mins

 

Set up time:          40 mins needed before the first showing and after the final showing for get-ins and get-outs.                                           Reset time between each show will be 5mins

Performance area:  5m x5m. 

 

We come with set, costumes, sound and lights to create a truly magical experience and would expect to set up in your school hall in order to minimise the contact between our team and the staff and students.  We can however set up in any suitable space you might have on the premises.  We will set up at one end with the children sitting in rows facing the performance space and ask that the front row be 2m or more from the performance area to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

We are committed to performing in a COVID secure fashion to keep everyone safe and have developed a COVID19 protocol that will be followed by our performers on every visit.  Please click here for details.

SHOW INFORMATION

Quantum Theatre is proud to be one of the foremost theatre groups performing in schools in the UK