Young Storyhouse Family Sessions

Online sessions for children and young people Running from
Last event: Saturday 11 July 2020 at 4pm

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  • Online

The Young Storyhouse team run Storyhouse’s Youth Theatre and Young Storyhouse programme. Whilst the building is temporarily closed, they’ve made a series of fun online sessions for children and young people to complete, either on their own or with their family. These sessions are all under 5 minutes long, and suitable for all primary school-aged children.

These sessions were filmed at Storyhouse before social distancing measures were put in place.

First up, join Rhianne (Creative Learning Practitioner) in this fun and energetic physical warm up. Make sure that you have some space around you and take off any loose items such as necklaces:

Join Laura, Youth Theatre Leader, in this fun and silly way to put some sounds to actions.

Join George, Communities Manager, in this great exercise for your brain and your voices!

Join Jacob, Creative Learning Practitioner, as he goes Banana in this fun warm up!

Join Becky, Youth Theatre Leader, in this exercise to get you moving your body. You can do this on your own or with a partner.

Join Amy, Youth Theatre Leader, in this fun game that can be played on your own or with the family…all you need is a pillow!

Join Jacob, Creative Learning Practitioner, to explore different characters using your voices.

Join Rhianne, Creative Learning Practitioner, to get moving with some dance steps.

Join Jacob, Creative Learning Practitioner, to explore different characters from Peter Pan.

Join Becky, Youth Theatre Leader, in this tongue twister challenge.

Here Are The Young Men (15)
Showing until: Monday 31 May
Online

1hr 36 | A fresh and shocking Irish thriller featuring an all-star cast, Here Are The Young Men is an unflinching examination of toxic masculinity, written and directed by Eoin Macken.

Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation
Showing until: Sunday 30 May
Online

1hr 21 | A story of two of the greatest writers of the past century examined in a dialogue that stretches from their early days of friendship to their final, unsparing critiques of each other.  Filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland brings the two forces together in a unique and fascinating tête-à-tête.

Sequin In A Blue Room (18)
Showing until: Sunday 16 May
Online

1hr 20 | Sequin is exploring his sexuality through an obsession with anonymous hook-ups, until he finds his way into the mysterious ‘Blue Room’. There, Sequin connects with a captivating stranger, but they’re separated suddenly. Utterly fixated on this man, Sequin sets off on a mission to track him down.

A Common Crime (12A)
Showing until: Friday 14 May
Online

1hr 36 | One night, Kevin, the adolescent son of Cecilia’s housekeeper, knocks on her door. Cecilia lives alone with her young child and is too afraid to let Kevin in. The next day, his body is found in a river. The neighbourhood accuses the police of having hounded the teenager and social unrest rocks the town.

Malmkrog (12A)
Showing until: Friday 14 May
Online

3hr 21 | Set in a country house in Transylvannia, the guests who come to the mansion of aristocratic landowner Nikolai are hand-picked. As they converse, dine, and play parlour games tensions mount and debate becomes heated as they discuss the politics of the day.

Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF)
Showing until: Friday 14 May
Online

1hr 44 | Women Over 50 Film Festival showcases films by and about older women. This virtual ‘Best of The Fest’ is packed with award winning films about witches, warriors, and women who roar!

On Stage Live Stream: Byron Wallen’s Four Corners Album Portrait Tour

Byron Wallen will play music from his latest album ‘Portrait: Reflections on Belonging’, featuring his dazzling Four Corners band, led by himself on trumpet and conches.

On Stage Live Stream: The Greatest Play in the History of the World

A universal love story that celebrates the human race in all its glorious messiness, confusion and joy.

On Stage Live stream: Madame Ovary
Online

This is the live stream to watch at home – to buy tickets to attend the in-person event at Storyhouse…

Rose (15)
Showing until: Friday 30 April
Online

1hr 26 | Gripped by a violent, terrifying illness, Rose lives in seclusion with her husband, but the arrival of a stranger shatters the fragile refuge they have built.

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