Inspired by Grandad’s hippy stories from the swinging 60s, Lexi decides to fight the powers that be, namely her class teacher Mr Marsh and the class bully, Suzy.
Friends For All is an interactive spoken word performance for families, with rapping, dancing and far-out video projections. Poet and rapper Simon Mole performs in this humorous and moving piece, co-created with theatre maker Peader Kirk.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QaMWI70p1s&t=2s
Friday 24 March, 10.30am & Saturday 25 March, 1pm & 3pm.
The show is suitable for ages 5 – 11 and inspires students to think about how they can effect change in today’s society and their local community. Supporting activity links to PSHE and Citizenship Key Stage 1 & 2. Activities focus on developing confidence and responsibility; preparing to play an active role as citizens; developing good relationships; and respecting the differences between people.
Key themes include: being yourself, standing up for what you believe in, bullying, peer pressure and the power of protest.
Free schools resource pack available for all bookers. Paid for workshops with writer and performer Simon Mole also available: contact Maeve O’Neill (Producer): firstname.lastname@example.org | 07815 799578
‘Simon was able to bring out both confidence and creativity in two diverse groups of year 5 and 6 boys, who had otherwise been hard to engage… His work is both highly original & highly recommended’. Amy Norman, Chisenhale Primary School
Group Offer: groups of 10+ get every 11th ticket free!
For group booking enquiries please contact Rebecca.Mead@thealbany.org.uk or call the box office on 020 8692 4446.