Performances

Performances

Goldilocks Story
Suitable for Foundation, KS1 & Families

Goldilocks and the Three Bears: A Visit from Mummy and Daddy Bear

Sing songs, experience the three bear’s amazing prop-boxes and go on a fantastic story-telling adventure with Mummy and Daddy Bear. Perfect for Foundation and KS1!

The visit is designed to help teachers meet the needs of the national curriculum encouraging children to consider the thoughts, feelings and motives of different characters, become familiar with this age-old tale and develop their understanding of the story through hypothesising, imagining and exploring ideas with the help of our prop box. 

Before our visit, Glow contact relevant class teachers to ensure that we are meeting everybody’s needs as well as to offer some creative ideas for a few possible preliminary activities!  

A Typical Visit

  • The visit kicks off with a performance from Mummy and Daddy Bear in which the story of Goldilocks and the three bears is told from Mummy bear’s perspective. This lasts approximately 30/45 minutes and is designed for up to 60 children. 
  • Teddy bear’s tea party – Children are invited to bring their own bears along and join Mummy and Daddy Bear for some snacks and refreshments – approximately 30/45 minutes for up to 60 children.
  • Mummy and Daddy bear visit classes separately with their amazing prop boxes encouraging imaginative exploration of the story and its characters.  

Details

Description: Duo Storytelling Visit
Duration: The visit lasts for half a day or a full day depending on your requirements. We often deliver a morning session for two classes and an afternoon session for another two classes.
Cost: Half day – £150 Full day – £200 (plus travel)

Schools: The Goldilocks Story is suitable for children in Foundation and Key Stage 1 and is designed for up to 60 children. Discounts are offered to schools who have booked or run a Glow after school club. 

Story Stew
Suitable for Key Stages 1-2 & Families

A performance that brings traditional storytelling together with digital technology to create an inspiring and fun-filled show for children and families.

Story Stew uses live improvised visuals together with traditional oral storytelling to provide audiences with a new experience. Part illustration, part performance, Glow cleverly brings stories both new and old to life.A simple kitchen worktop surface acts as the central piece of set, upon which the ingredients for the ‘story stew’ can be found (characters, settings, props etc). In this exciting bake-off-inspired fairy-tale-filled adventure, the audience will find themselves directing the action as they choose their own characters and create stories afresh.

Details

Description: Duo Storytelling Performance
Duration: 30 – 45 minutes
Cost: £150 (plus travel)
Schools: Story Stew is well suited to Key Stages 1 and 2. For over 100 pupils the cost is £1.50 per pupil up to a maximum of £450. Discounts offered to schools who have booked or run a Glow after school club. 

Gladys
Suitable for Key Stages 3-4

A touching and personal performance developed by Glow to mark the centenary of the First World War.

When Nelly discovers a card-board box filled with letters, in the attic of her late mother’s house, an unlikely tale of young love is uncovered.

‘Gladys’ is the touching story of a young woman, who like millions of others at home during the First World War, awaits the return of her man with aching suspense.

In this story, hope is sustained and a relationship blossoms through little more than written correspondence.

Details

Description: Solo storytelling Performance
Duration: 20 – 30 minutes
Cost: £120 (plus travel)

Schools: Gladys is suitable for Key Stages 3 and 4. For over 100 pupils the cost is £1.20 per pupil up to a maximum of £360. Discounts offered to schools who have booked or run a Glow after school club. 

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