“This is just a quick thank you for the stellar performances from your actors over the last two days. They were individually really impressive in their craft as well as in an ensemble and provided a show that was fresh and engaging. Their willingness to answer the many many questions of students was deeply appreciated.”

-J Eastman, St Bernard's College
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SHAKESPEARE WEBINAR

A BRAND NEW OPTION FOR SCHOOLS STUDYING SHAKESPEARE VIA REMOTE LEARNING

To help schools to continue to be able to offer an exciting and engaging experience to students studying Shakespeare and his works, The Flying Bookworm Theatre Company now offers an online option.

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For the remainder of 2022 schools will be able to have The Flying Bookworm Theatre Company perform select scenes from ‘Romeo & Juliet’ or ‘Macbeth’ via an online session.


Our ‘Shakespeare Without Tears: Webinar’ offers teachers and students a unique opportunity to see key scenes performed, and have an in-depth discussion with two of our actors, as well as the director of our Shakespeare Without Tears shows.

Each webinar can be performed for individual classes, and scheduled to fit in with your timetable. Each session is run by our dedicated Flying Bookworm tech operator, so teachers do not need to set up, or control any part of the online session, giving them the opportunity to sit back and enjoy the performance and discussion.

You can find all the information about this new option in the programme below. And if you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF OUR
2022 Brochure
 "The company aims to make Macbeth interesting and accessible for all students and that they did!.. A performance not to be missed."

– K Meeking (Student), Strathmore Secondary College