“one of our leaders said some museums are all ‘see see see’ but we got to do”
We have over 8 years experience of working in partnerships with Museums to develop specialist interactive character guides for children and tailored projects focused around exhibitions. Clients have included The British Museum, The Natural History Museum, the V&A Museum, The Museum of Childhood, The Theatre Museum, Colchester Museum, The Museum of East Asian Art, The Royal National Maritime Museum and The Cutty Sark.
‘James Robson was brilliant’
Did you know that James Robson the character we developed for the National Maritime Museum and The Cutty Sark in Greenwich was found as a baby floating in the S China sea, adopted by a Captain and his wife and brought up in Poplar, London? Come and find out more;
James Robson will be performing on board the Cutty Sark on the following dates:
March 5, 29, 30
April 2, 5, 6
Performances at 11.00, 12.00,13.30 & 14.30
Some visitor comments:
‘Chap leading apprentice tour was excellent’’
‘The cook was ‘awesome with kids’
‘James Robson engaged the children/apprentices very, very well’
James Robson is having a busy year as he will also continue to appear in the Trader’s Gallery at the National Maritime Museum every last Saturday of the month 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00
Suitable for 6+. Family fun |Free National Maritime Museum, Lower Ground, Sammy Ofer Wing
We stage annual pop up performances at the V&A; our first pop up of The Big Race over the half term in 2012 was seen by a total of 3,861 people since then we have been back regularly performing the Big Race and also a large scale promenade and storytelling using Chinese Kites for Chinese New Year.
We will be performing The Big Race on 6th February and 5th March 2016
11.00 13.00 15.00
Level 1, China Gallery, room 44,
Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL
The performance on 5 March is BSL Interpreted. BSL Interpretation supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation.
World of the First Emperor
An interactive gallery encounter and a 30 minute play to accompany the Terracotta Army exhibition at the British Museum experienced by over 4,200 children and their teachers.
“It was a good way to learn because inside the children don’t know their learning”
Pupil, Rockliffe Manor
It helps you process it, it makes it more exciting, someone telling you it”
Pupil, Stoke Poges School
“Fantastic! The actors really brought the children’s experience to life- especially powerful was the fact that they themselves were part of the action”
Teacher, Lauriston School
“There’s no doubt about the theatre company, absolutely, really fabulous”
Teacher, Wisborough Green School
Guardians to the King
An interactive gallery encounter providing Warriors from the Han Dynasty to facilitate the museum’s exhibition of the Kings of Chu plus a series of drama workshops in relation to objects selected by students from Gilberd School, Colchester had selected in China for an exhibition at the museum.