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Mercury Youth Theatre – End of Term Round Up

Posted 17th Jul 20

In March, the Coronavirus pandemic meant that our regular Youth Theatre sessions had to stop to ensure our young people’s safety. At the time, our young people had been working…

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A Connected Community

Posted 17th Apr 20

As the country looks to extend lockdown we’re all still having to adjust to this new normal and around the globe many of us are utilising this unprecedented moment…

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Sensory Storytelling at Home

Posted 3rd Apr 20

Learning through stories with children is always a fantastic way to build language, new vocabulary and imagination. When we find ourselves reading out loud to little ones, stories are organically…

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Your Home is Your Stage

Posted 25th Mar 20

Whilst parents are working remotely and children are virtually tasked by schools to learn from home, households across the country are having to adjust. But within these uncertain times…

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What makes the Mercury Theatre tick?

Posted 8th Jul 19

INTRODUCTION My name is Fraser and I am in year 10 at Honywood School. Earlier in the year we were tasked with finding a work placement for the…

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My Work Experience at the Mercury Theatre

Posted 5th Apr 19

Year 10 student Lara Swan recently completed a Work Experience placement at the theatre. In her own words, here’s what her week entailed: MONDAY:

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Resorting to the Coast CPD Event

Posted 18th Mar 19

KS1 and KS2 teachers, history or drama coordinators are invited to our March CPD event, Resorting to the Coast. If you’re teaching …

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Mercury Voices – Local History Adventure

Posted 6th Sep 18

Claire and Laura from Mercury Voices describe what happened when they asked how the Mercury Theatre archive could be used in a local history study for primary aged pupils. PS….

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