Participatory Drama at Historic Royal Palaces

We are currently working with the learning team at The Tower of London to pilot our new session for Secondary Special Schools.The story explores the true story of Colonel Blood who attempted to… Continue reading

The Three Little Pigs

Funded by Arts Council England, ‘The Three Little Pigs’, is our current show for primary and special schools in Greater Manchester. We recently finished a highly successful tour in November and December 2016.… Continue reading

Early Years Storytelling at the Manchester Museum

We have recently developed six new sessions for early years visitors and their families for “The Magic Carpet” at the Manchester Museum. The themes of the sessions are Dinosaurs, Frogs, Archaeology and The… Continue reading

Tom’s Ship of Stories

For the past year, we have been working with The Horniman Museum and Gardens, the National Maritime Museum, The Cutty Sark and South London special schools. This exciting project was funded by the… Continue reading

The Storybag

We were delighted to be approached by the St Bedes Centre in Rotherhithe to develop a storytelling performance for adults with learning disabilites. We performed the show to different groups of adults who… Continue reading

Speech Bubbles – Collaboration with London Bubble Theatre

Alongside M6 Theatre and Oldham Theatre workshop we are delivering the Speech Bubbles drama for communication project in Manchester. Speech Bubbles is an initiative supporting the social and emotional development of children through… Continue reading

Welcome to Cottonopolis

‘Welcome to Cottonopolis’ was developed in collaboration with The People’s History Museum, John Rylands Library and Salford Museum and Art Gallery for young people with special needs. It was funded by the National… Continue reading

Imperial War Museum North

We recently worked on a drama project with IWMN: Finding our First World War. Using the museums unique collections, Peoplescape enabled 120 children (primary and secondary) to create their own theatre experiences which… Continue reading