TTIP: Day of Action
PIP Theatre organised a flash-mob as a form of direct action in protest of the TTIP trade deal, raising awareness and reaching out to people who otherwise wouldn't necessarily be aware of TTIP
Pip theatre goes international
One of the main focuses at Pip Theatre is to bring together communities through the arts. Pip is interested in creating international links in schools allowing young people the opportunity to learn practically about other cultures. Through the use of performing arts and technology, Pip strives to create these links. Pip is travelling to South-East Asia to visit the schools involved on the project All Together in India and Nepal, in addition to creating new relationships with schools in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam. Stay tuned for updates in the next couple of months.
Deershed Festival 2015 and beyond.
Silly stories and make believe was at the heart of Pip Theatre’s workshops at Deershed festival 2015. Participants joined Pip in the Vintent Storytelling Tipi every morning for fun and games, followed by exciting story-making, looking at how different nouns, verbs and adjectives can brighten up an everyday story. Along with a dress up box and the use of imagination, Pip and the mini Deershed goers were able to show off their newfound skills to friends and family. Pip thoroughly enjoyed working with Deershed Festival and will be developing workshops for all kind of festivals in 2016….
Collective Spirit School; Oldham
Pip is delighted to be collaborating with Chol Theatre to deliver dance and movement workshops. Pip will be running dance and movement workshops for key stage 3 students at Collective Spirit School in Oldham. Our aim is to maximise opportunity to students from a diversity of backgrounds, with an emphasis on learning new skills alongside have lots of fun in the process.