Fuel are touring a new piece of interactive theatre and are keen to hear from schools who would be interested in hosting a performance
The renowned theatre company Fuel is notable for its adventurous, playful and significant programme of work - live, digital, and across art forms - for a large and representative audience across the UK and beyond. Fuel is currently in preparation for a school's tour of Lewis Gibson's 'The Day I Fell into a Book'. It is a piece of interactive theatre for young people that will be touring this autumn and early spring 2019.
‘The Day I Fell Into A Book’ is an immersive reading theatre experience for families and school groups that explores where we go in our imaginations when we read. It’s aimed at young people in KS2 or 8-11 year olds and uses binaural technology, lighting and projection to take them on an adventure in words and sound. The show is around 50 minutes and a really exciting experience for young people who have learnt to read and want to enjoy the magic that books can deliver. It is a stimulating show, that really demonstrates what an important place reading and art can have in young peoples lives. It’s also a brilliant experience that young people can share with their families and teachers.
We are keen to show the piece in a variety of settings this year including schools and libraries. If this is of interest to your school, or if you would like some more information please do contact Mimi Findlay; email@example.com.
This show can also be offered as a day long experience with a workshop activity to enable participants/audience members to gain their ‘Discover’ Arts Award.