Pioneering Theatre, Music and Community Arts

 In Wolverhampton from 1980 to 2013

Wolverhampton

1982 - 2013

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Multi-media workshops

Innovative way to engage, inform and educate

Dennis Ffrench, Kathy O'Conno, Mark Douglasr

Schools Multi-Media Workshop Weeks -

An exciting theme-based arts initiative

"Ofsted inspectors congratulated us on our innovative multi-cultural work with Zip Theatre during the multi-media week."

Zip Theatre's vibrant multi-ethnic professional team offers a range of educational work in schools.

Our World Workshop Weeks with children in key stages 2 and 3 are centred on the disciplines of:

This work contributes to investigation of art, craft, design in a variety of genres, styles and traditions from historical, social and cultural contexts.

Speaking and listening skills, storytelling and multi-culturalism are key ingredients of this programme of work.