Alongside all those fabulous shows there will also be some great Kids Week activities, free to ticket-holders for that day’s performance. Here’s a flavour of what’s going on:
ROOM ON THE BROOM
TALK BACK, August 19
Join the cast of Room On The Broom for a special Q&A session after the performance.
Time: 12–12.30pm. Places: 200.
THE 39 STEPS
THE SECRETS OF THE 39 STEPS, August 17, 26
Join the cast for
a post-show talk to find out how they stage spectacles, like the chase on the Flying Scotsman.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
THE PHANTOM’S LAIR, August 17, 24
Have fun learning about the style of acting used in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spectacular and haunting musical show.
Time: 11.30am–12.35pm. Places: 30.
DISNEY’S THE LION KING
PUPPET WORKSHOP, August 18
Learn more about the fascinating masks and puppets in Disney’s The Lion King.
Time: 12.30–1.15pm. Places: 100.
CONSIDER YOURSELF... ONE
OF THE GANG, August 18, 25
Experience the exuberance of this musical by participating in two of
the highlights of the show – You’ve Got To Pick-A-Pocket Or Two and I’ll Do Anything.
Time: 12.30–1.30pm. Places: 30.
DREAMBOATS AND PETTICOATS
C’MON EVERYBODY, August 19
A special chat with the gang from
St Mungo’s youth club and the crew from behind the scenes.
Time: 5.30–6pm. Places: 50.
BEYOND THE BARRICADE,
August 18, 25
Try out some of the rehearsal techniques employed by directors Trevor Nunn and John Caird in
this award-winning musical, including the trust games used to create a sense of ensemble.
Time: 11.30am–12.30pm. Places: 30.
POST-SHOW Q&A, August 18
Get your questions ready. Join some of the cast and crew for
a post-matinee Q&A session.
Time: 5.10–5.30pm. Places: 100.
POST-SHOW Q&A, August 19
Join in with an exciting post-show discussion with the cast of hit musical Blood Brothers.
Time: 5.40–6pm. Places: 50.
For booking, please visit www.kidsweek.co.uk