Here you will find links to a range of resources for teachers and students, CPD events, and reports. By listing these resources in one place we hope it will help it will support students, teachers and professionals in their work and study.
If you want to add to any of these resources, please contact us.
Representation in Drama (RinD), a London Theatre Consortium initiative, has created a set of resources alongside the work we are doing with exam boards to ensure better representation and inclusion on their specifications. This is part of their anti-racism work in education settings to ensure that all young people feel represented and belonging in classrooms and theatres.
RinD has supported Pearson with the introduction of new set texts to their GCSE examination list: Antigone by Roy Williams, A Dolls’ House by Tanika Gupta, Gone too Far by Bola Agbaje and The Free9 by In–Sook Chappell.
Consultation and interviews with young people has been integral to the creation of resources to support the teaching and study of these texts. These filmed resources have been made with the original producing theatres (Lyric Hammersmith, National Theatre, Pilot Theatre, Royal Court Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East) in partnership with TEAfilms.
Additionally, we have created a list of 150 plays by writers from the global majority with designer Kunmi Ogunsola.
Theatre Workout is a multi-award-winning workshop company who create bespoke workshops and courses for schools and students in all key stages. Workshops are designed to maximise a school trip and enhance the creative curriculum through the study of performance techniques, practitioners, and texts.
Resources are available on a range of subjects and are available for students and teachers alike.
National Drama have an excellent resources website featuring news, CPD events, articles, interviews, and resources by a range of partners including The Paper Birds, Kiln Theatre, Vamos Theatre, the Old Vic, Frantic Assembly, The Royal Court, Royal Academy of Dance, Hull Trick, and many more.
What Next? is a free-to-access UK wide movement. With chapters across the UK, we bring together freelancers and small and large arts organisations to inform, debate and shape the future of the arts and culture.
Their Vision: Arts and Culture play a vital role in creating a more equitable society.