National Theatre Let’s Play: Schools Performances

National Theatre Let’s Play: Schools Performances

Event details

5 July at 6:00 pm 7:00 pm


Following a summer of Let’s Play workshops led by teachers in their classrooms, a cast of professional actors will perform a script-in-hand showcase of work devised by year five and six pupils from four local Primary Schools.

With support from local writer and poet Ant Briscoe, a culmination of stories set in and inspired by Blackpool will be transformed into works for the stage and directed by National Theatre Director Ruth Mary Johnson.

Come and see the culmination of all their incredible work in this unmissable performance of local stories written by pupils from Westminster Primary Academy, Park Community Academy, St John’s Catholic Primary School and Flakefleet Primary School. 

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Breathe Academy Workshop

Breathe Academy Workshop

Event details

2 June at 2:30 pm 5:00 pm

Free | 12-25

BREATHE Academy is a pilot youth project open to ages 12-25, empowering marginalised young people from across the UK to harness creativity and unite against suicide.

These young people will be the very first members of a brand new nationwide scheme called BREATHE Academy, launching in partnership with suicide helpline CALM by international beatboxing star and CALM ambassador SK Shlomo.

BREATHE Academy covers more than beatboxing: it’s about inspiring young people from diverse backgrounds, especially female/non-binary, LGBTQIA+, disabled and/or from the global majority, to be their true selves, through any creative means, with budding artists collaborating live on stage with SK Shlomo at some of the UK’s most prestigious festivals and venues, plus having their creations platformed online.

For more information about how to get involved with this workshop, please email Melanie on