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.
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