The Quarry Theatre are offering 120 funded tickets for Bedford schools who would like to attend performances of “The Day I Fell into a Book” – a totally immersive sound and theatre experience – on Friday 20th September. There will be two performances; one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The Quarry are looking for a group of up to 60 students per performance. To apply, please download and complete the Application Form. Once completed, please send over to Ailene at email@example.com by the 15th July 2019. The applications will then be reviewed and we will get in contact by 19th July 2019 to let you know if you’ve been successful.
Please see below for more details on the show.
Fuel Theatre presents
The Day I Fell Into A Book
Date: Friday 20th September, 9.30am & 1.30pm
Tickets: £Free to school groups
Running Time: 50mins
Age recommendation: 8-11 Years
Created by Lewis Gibson
“Welcome to The Institute.
We conduct experiments into the power of imaginations.
We want to know what happens to your mind when you read.
We want to get inside your heads.
It is all perfectly safe.
Using sound, intimate lighting and projection The Day I Fell Into A Book takes its audience into a lost world of classic tales. Bit by bit, the fiction becomes reality as the stories seep into the room and our imaginations take over.
A binaural sound and theatre experience exploring the magic of reading and the creative vitality of young minds.
The piece has been created by director, performer and composer Lewis Gibson and is aimed at children in KS2 aged 8 to 11.
“How brilliant it is, in 2017, to see 30 children with their noses in a book, lost in a world of stories. It was fantastic to perform and host workshops in these great schools. Kid’s imaginations never cease to amaze me – it’s incredible to experience what pours out of their brains!” – Lewis Gibson
Reviews for The Chair:
“Lewis Gibson’s fantastical, spooky play for ages seven and up takes you to many more unexpected places… It’s all spine-tingling, shiver-inducing fun.” ★★★★ TIME OUT
“a highly coherent and impressively original production” ★★★★ THE STAGE