The Three Little Pigs
New, highly innovative participatory performance for KS1 pupils…
The first little pig wants to build his house of straw so he goes to find the little mice who burrow underground. The second little pig wants to build his house of twigs so he goes to talk to the birds. The third little pig wants to use bricks… but who can tell him about building with bricks?
The Three Little Pigs will be performed by: Steve Howe, Musical Director; Matt Wardle, also of Northwest Drama; and Emily Capstick, award-winning scriptwriter and storyteller.
As part of the devising process, we have created Labyrintheme performances in schools and at the Manchester Children’s Book Festival:
‘Original and fabulous’
‘IT WAS AMAZING!!’
‘Thank you for a magical & totally unforgettable adventure – we loved it!’
On our recent tour feedback from staff has been absolutely fantastic:
‘the show was excellent in every way. It was creative, fun and multi sensory, captivating each and every one of our children, which feel is so important from an inclusion perspective.’
‘The show was humorous, and also delivered a vital social moral, wonderful experience for the children. An inventive way of telling the story which was well matched to the children’s age. ‘
Peoplescape Theatre have an international reputation for innovative, multi-sensory performances with invitations to present our work in USA, Denmark, Sweden and across the UK; from Perth to Dublin, Bristol to Isle of Man.
We have extensive specialist experience of engagement and participation in performance which is why we have received the generous support of Arts Council England for this project. As a result of this, we have a limited number at a significantly reduced rate (with further reductions available for special schools): one performance £200, two performances (half day) £300, three performances (full day) £375.
(Costs for Special Schools will vary – please contact Emily for more information.)
To book your performance(s) or for any enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 07846-085 457.
With huge thanks to Arts Council England, Manchester Metropolitan University, Royal Exchange Theatre and National Trust Quarry Bank Mill for their