What We Do
Practically Theatre provides drama workshops for people with learning difficulties and disabilties and those without access to theatre. We aim to create work that is interesting, exciting and accessible for our performers and our audience.
Practically Theatre performer Kyle says:
“I like drama because I get to meet new people and interact with them. Also, I can express myself in different environments and situations. That is why Practically Theatre is the best for anyone, as it helps with self confidence”.
Practically Theatre offers regular workshops and one-off sessions and performances. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Practically Theatre was founded in 2014 by Anna Lewis, an Applied Theatre MA student at York St. John University.
Anna’s previous community work includes:
With Practically Theatre: Life’s Like That (2016)The Story of Us (2015), Journey (2015), Boxes (2017)
For the Workers’ Education Association:
Murder on Riddle Lane (2016), Strike (2017)
At Glebe House, Loughborough (a charity that supports children and adults with learning difficulties):
Under the Sea (2014), Lion King (2013) and Frosty the Snowman (2012)
At Ashmount School:
Alice in Wonderland (2014)
She has also worked for Bamboozle Theatre Company, About Face Theatre Company and Out of Character Theatre Company.
BA Drama First Class Honours
Award in Education and Training Level 3
Makaton Foundation Certificate for Professionals
Theatre of the Opressed training workshop at Mind the Gap