Ambassadors have their say on Brave New World
4 December 2015
Ambassadors are members of our theatre network's local communities, who work alongside us to help build, diversify and develop drama audiences in their areas. What do they think about Brave New World? While all of our ambassadors saw the show back in September, we're updating this page as the tour reaches their venues with updates on how the show is received by people they've reached in their network.
Schools respond to Brave New World
1 December 2015
What are schools from around the country taking from their visit to see Brave New World at their local theatre? More importantly, what do the students make of it all? We're rounding up some of the best responses and will continue to update until the end of the tour in December. Missing your school? If you're not featured here, get in touch and let us know how you've been exploring Brave New World.
Thoughts On... Blackpool Grand Theatre
by Charlotte Bee
26 November 2015
This week Brave New World is playing at Blackpool Grand Theatre. The Grand is one of Britain’s premier heritage theatres. Listed Grade II*, this theatre is in the top 8 per cent of all listed buildings in England, and one of only thirty listed buildings in Blackpool. Charlotte Bee interviewed members of the public attending Brave New World to find out more about their relationship with the theatre.
Spotlight On: Jocelyn Corderoy (Wardrobe Mistress)
by Rebecca Parkinson
18 November 2015
Jocelyn works backstage on Brave New World as Wardrobe Mistress. As part of LoveTheatreDay, we sent Young Reporter Rebecca Parkinson backstage to interview Jocelyn at the Darlington Civic Theatre, to find out more about what's involved in her job.
Thoughts On... Darlington Civic Theatre
13 November 2015
This week Brave New World is playing at Darlington Civic Theatre. The Civic has touched generations of theatregoers with national tours, pantomimes and variety, as well as supporting many local amateur arts groups to bring their work to packed houses. In honour of Brave New World's home this week, our young reporters asked audience members: what does the Civic mean to you and how can it attract new audiences?
The art of captioning: What it is, how it's done and why it's so important
by Rebecca Dew
12 November 2015
This week, Stagetext is celebrating its 15th anniversary with the first ever Captioning Awareness Week. Young Reporter Rebecca Dew interviews TCTC Associate Producer Neale Birch ahead of the captioned performance of Brave New World.