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Arts Award Supporter

Arts Award Supporter

The Belgrade Theatre is a registered Arts Award Supporter, with members of staff currently trained as advisers in the Bronze and Silver Awards.
We have a range of activities available that are designed to support children and young people in achieving across the full range of Arts Awards.

For more information, or to book an activity, please contact Claire Procter at cprocter@belgrade.co.uk or 024 7684 6708.

Discover:

Part A – discover

  • Participate in a Belgrade Schools workshop. For a menu of suggested activities please visit the Education and Employability section of our website. Bespoke workshops are also available;

  • Take part in a backstage tour and hear about the range of art forms presented in a professional theatre, including drama, dance and music. Visit our exhibition space and photo gallery;
  • Attend a performance at the theatre; specially discounted tickets are available on many shows for school groups, with some supported by participatory workshops. Please contact Claire Procter for further information.

Part B – find out

  • Attend a performance at the theatre and take part in a Page to Stage session after the show. The workshop will share insight into the work of the writer and/or director.

Explore:

Part A – inspire

  • Participate in a Belgrade Schools workshop. For a menu of suggested activities please visit the Education and Employability section of our website. Bespoke workshops are also available.

Part B – explore

  • Take part in a backstage tour. Hear about the work of the theatre and put your questions to an industry professional.

Part C – create

  • Take part in a workshop designed to explore a theme, story or idea practically. Learners will then create their own original piece of performance;
  • Attend a performance at the theatre. Following the show, work with a Belgrade practitioner to explore the play and create an original response to the story.

Bronze:

Part A – explore the arts as a participant

  • Participate in a Belgrade Schools workshop. For a menu of suggested activities please visit the Education and Employability section of our website. Bespoke workshops are also available.

Part B – explore the arts as an audience member

  • Attend a performance at the theatre; specially discounted tickets are available on many shows for school groups, with some supported by participatory workshops. Please contact Claire Procter for further information;
  • Take part in a post-show Q&A at the theatre. Put your questions to the actors and creative team and share your thoughts about the performance.

Part C – arts inspiration

  • Visit the theatre and be introduced to the work of a director or playwright;
  • Attend a performance at the theatre. Hear about the work of the director or playwright before or after the show.

Silver:

Unit 1, Part C – review arts events

  • Attend a performance/s at the theatre; specially discounted tickets are available on many shows for schools groups;
  • Take part in a post-show Q&A at the theatre. Put your questions to the actors and creative team and share your thoughts about the performance.

Unit 1, Part D – arts research

  • Take part in an Open Doors careers day, or book an Insight workshop, to find out about careers development for theatre practitioners;
  • Take part in a one week Belgrade work placement (young people aged 16+).

Gold:

Unit 1, Part B – identify development opportunities with the wider arts sector

  • Take part in a one week Belgrade work placement (young people aged 16+);
  • Volunteer on a Belgrade Community & Education programme (young people aged 16+);
  • Meet a Belgrade theatre professional to talk about participation in the arts and find out about development opportunities;
  • Take part in a Belgrade workshop or attend a talk or backstage tour.

Unit 1, Part C – research advanced practitioners and review arts events

  • Attend a performance/s at the theatre; specially discounted tickets are available on many shows for schools groups;
  • Take part in a post-show Q&A at the theatre. Put your questions to the actors and creative team and share your thoughts about the performance;
  • Take part in a one week Belgrade work placement (young people aged 16+) and have the opportunity to meet advanced practitioners.

Unit 1, Part D – form and communicate a view on an arts issue

  • During visits to the theatre, work experience or volunteering we are happy to discuss a young person’s chosen issue;
  • Book a tailored backstage tour. Hear about some of the current issues in professional theatre and have the opportunity to discuss them with an industry professional.

For further information on how the Belgrade Theatre can help you to achieve your Arts Award contact Claire Procter on cprocter@belgrade.co.uk