Future Legend Media have been producing films and running drama workshops both in the corporate and educational sectors for over 20 years. Clients include: DHL, Yamaha, Mercedes and on a local level: University of Bedfordshire, Bedford College, Putnoe Primary School and St Thomas More. On the theatre side they have toured 3 original plays around the UK and founded the Bedfringe Festival in 2007.
* Drama Workshops developing communication skills and promoting creativity
* Vocal Coaching for public speaking and storytelling
* Creating short films
* Whole school multi-media projects
We can plan an entire project and/or work closely with students/staff ideas.
Previous projects include: contributions to the Arts Mark programme, assisting children with the transition between schools, whole school arts projects, and co-ordinating multi school performances.
Recent projects Include:
‘Our Story’ A whole school project exploring language .It weaved Aesop’s Fables together with the students own creative stories. The production included live performance and film, and featured every single student in the school. This worked towards the School Arts Mark Gold award. – Putnoe Primary School
‘Voice Skills’ Centring on storytelling and communication skills the workshops explored the way we use our voice, and how to use them for better affect when telling different types of story. This culminated in 30 second radio adverts being both written and recorded by the students. – Act One
“Future Legend Media has been instrumental in supporting us in embedding culture and creativity to be at the heart of everything we do in school. Our long-standing partnership is testimony to the high esteem that we have for Richard and the work he creates in school.
Gill Peck, Head Teacher, Putnoe Primary School
“FLM always have very high production values, are delivered on time and have a tremendous and lasting impact on the audience. I have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone looking for a highly professional and intuitive collaboration.”
Catherine Robson, Advanced Skills Teacher in Media, Sharnbrook School