Check out these links/ webpages to find some great performances/ interviews/ videos, to keep your love of Theatre alive, whilst we are all stuck at home!
All Key Stages
Lots of different productions available here
Key Stage 3
|https://www.willowsmusical.com/||Wind in the Willows at The London Palladium:|
|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfzOOWCi8Ag&feature=youtu.be||Timpson: The Musical
Two households, both alike in dignity … well, sort of. Our narrator, a talking portrait, lays our scene in Victorian London and this musical comedy imagines the founding of the popular shoe repair chain as a union between two companies, the Montashoes and the Keypulets.
|https://www.youtube.com/user/GeckoTheatreCo||Gecko Theatre Company have lots of videos on YouTube here|
Key Stage 4
|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx2KDNusk9E&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3nbZIDJrzcDWndYKMl_kQQCECjLx5xunDo-hpYndJ4KY8OBUeT-ycI18M||Girls Like That|
|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvek0bj451Y||Production of Blood Brothers by Theatre Ink (also other productions available on their YouTube channel|
Key Stage 4 and 5
|https://vimeo.com/splendidproductions||Splendid Theatre Company on Vimeo|
|https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7v8HyQ7WGyeeJglLFayo4Q?fbclid=IwAR2CLqYW4HvStakKA4nZn98GQKHUlXpoDSbZe1TzSMrH-jei4rGPLNqIqjs||Theatre Reach – YouTube channel featuring interviews with professionals working in theatre|
Key Stage 5
|https://www.thepaperbirds.com/video/||The Paper Birds – video snippets of some of their work|
|http://www.playmepodcast.com/||PlayMe has loads of theatre pieces turned into podcasts, as well as interesting interviews|
|https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2020/mar/17/hottest-front-room-seats-the-best-theatre-and-dance-to-watch-online?CMP=share_btn_fb&fbclid=IwAR0dY-4h4IqYtViRxxDnT8O5W5tn7E_h3fwINDzaItHibKYFpbiXSpJikFU||From The Guardian article|
The Show Must Go Online
The actor Robert Myles has set up a reading group for professional and amateur actors to perform Shakespeare’s complete plays in the order they’re believed to have been written. The first livestreamed reading, on YouTube, will be The Two Gentleman of Verona on Thursday (19 March).