Theatre-based workshops for older students
Leeds Playhouse has a history of working with secondary schools and colleges, building long-term partnerships to ensure that drama continues to have a solid place within and across the curriculum.
For the ease of teachers, we try to indicate where our workshops fit within the particular scheme of work or exam requirements. Find out more about our workshops for KS3, KS4 and KS5 below.
Download our Burberry Inspire wellbeing resource with prompts, exercises and creative activities from The Hepworth Wakefield, Leeds Playhouse, Leeds Young Film and Northern Ballet.
How to Book Workshops
To book or enquire about our creative education workshops, please contact Creative Engagement via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone on 0113 213 7204.
The below prices are for one class, of a size of approx. 30 students.
|1 hour||£100 (+ VAT)|
|Half day (2 hours)||£180 (+ VAT)|
|Full day (4 hours)||£340 (+ VAT)|
|Behind the Scenes||£150 (+ VAT)|
|Bespoke projects||Priced per project|
How to Book Show Tickets
If you would like to make a school booking for a show in one of our theatres, please call 0113 213 7700 or email email@example.com to make a booking.
School prices vary according to each production, and the range is listed on each web page. To help you manage your visit we offer one FREE staff seat for every nine students booked. Schools tickets are only available in limited numbers and for Monday to Friday. You are still welcome to book once this limit is reached, but the standard discount rates will apply.
Age Recommendation is assessed according to the complexity and sensitivity of issues, images, sexual references and strength of language used in both Leeds Playhouse Productions and Touring Productions. Any sensitive content is highlighted in our main brochure, but we do encourage schools to call our box office with any specific concerns or questions regarding sensitive material in the productions.
We strongly discourage students from taking notes during performances at Leeds Playhouse. Please encourage your students to fully enjoy their theatre experience by focusing completely on the action on stage. They can then jot down any notes immediately after the performance.