Queen’s Theatre launches Tiny Plays project by telephone
Throughout summer 2020 the Queen’s Theatre ran a highly successful online initiative called Ten Tiny Plays. They invited members of the public to explore play-making exercises with local theatre director Jules Tipton.
On Wednesday 27 January, the theatre is delighted to reimagine these free playmaking workshops delivered by telephone, especially for people with limited or no digital access. Participants can join Jules Tipton on a group phone call every Wednesday afternoon for a playful introduction to some easy storytelling activities designed to help unleash their creativity. No experience is necessary, and the project is open to everyone!
The Queen’s Theatre will choose some of the Tiny Plays created in these workshops to be rehearsed and performed by professional actors. These plays will then be shared back as a brand-new telephone play.
The Queen’s Theatre have partnered on Tiny Telephone Plays with the Havering Asian Social Welfare Association (HASWA) and DABD. This is a continuation of their existing partnership work to support older and isolated individuals who would most benefit from the opportunities.
If you know someone who would enjoy getting involved or would like to participate yourself, please email the Learning Team on firstname.lastname@example.org .