Festival Info for schools 2022

Festival song

At the end of each Shakespeare Festival every class takes the stage to sing the end song together. Here you can download the lyrics and play the song. Please learn it with your class!

Double DoubleNeil Carter/ Kelly O'Leary
00:00 / 02:24

Play Song

Download Lyrics

Festival day information

We'll try to post all relevant information for teachers on this page. If you have any questions at all, please contact

Kirsty McCreadie - Development and Administration Director at kirsty@primaryshakespearecompany.org

performance calendar

BARNET (dance)


BARNET (theatre)


EALING 1


LEWISHAM


CAMDEN



EALING 2



WESTMINSTER


HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM


BRENT


HARROW (theatre)


HARROW (opera)


ISLINGTON (opera)


LAMBETH 1


LAMBETH 2


WYVERN 

Tues 7 June Arts Depot 
5 Nether St, London N12 0GA

Wed 8 June Arts Depot
5 Nether St, London N12 0GA

Thurs 9 June  Hammersmith Academy
25 Cathnor Rd, London W12 9JD

Fri 10th June Canada Water Theatre
21 Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7AR

Mon 13  Jun. Haverstock School
24 Haverstock Hill, Chalk Farm, London NW3 2BQ

Tues 14 Jun  Hounslow Arts Centre
First Floor, Treaty Centre, High St, Hounslow TW3 1ES

Wed 15 Jun St Marylebone School
64 Marylebone High St, London W1U 5BA

Thur 16 Jun LAMDA
155 Talgarth Rd, London W14 9DA

Fri 17 Jun Capital City Academy
Doyle Gardens, London NW10 3ST

Wed 29 Jun Ryan Theatre, Harrow School
5 Yew Walk, Harrow HA1 3EJ

Tues 28 jun Ryan Theatre, Harrow School
5 Yew Walk, Harrow HA1 3EJ

Thur 7th Jul, Jacksons Lane
269A Archway Rd, London N6 5AA

Wed 6th July, Theatre Peckham
221 Havil St, London SE5 7SB

Tues 5th July, Theatre Peckham
221 Havil St, London SE5 7SB

Thur 30 Jun Wyvern School
Great Chart Bypass, Ashford TN23 4ER

PRIZES, PRIZES, PRIZES

Each year we present 4 prizes to deserving school at the House Of Lords, here are the criteria to win.....

The Annie Williams Prize

£600 towards a theatre trip

Awarded for a class’ outstanding immersion in the play and curriculum

 

Work and engagement across the curriculum, classroom/school displays, demonstrating the impact on the teacher, wider school community as well as the class

The Annie Williams Ensemble Prize

£600 towards a theatre trip

Awarded for a class’ collaborative approach across the project.

 

Class working together, this could be in workshops/final performance/supporting each other in curriculum work/creating displays/noticing that they’ve grown together as a class/team during the project

The Annie Williams Attainment and Achievement Prize

£400 towards a theatre trip

Awarded for a class where the teacher has noticed significant increase in an individual, group or class’  attainment and achievement during the project.

 

Work and engagement across the curriculum, classroom/school displays/relationships. Children’s journey across the project (e.g. in the past a school noticed specifically how the project had brought the confidence out in very quiet/shy girls)

Primary Shakespeare Excellence in Engagement Prize

£300 towards a theatre trip

Awarded for a class where the teacher has noticed  great engagement across the project and curriculum

 

Solo prize x 2

£40 book token

Awarded to an individual whose teacher/workshop practitioner have identified

 

Engagement in the project/growing/becoming more enthused and engaged in school/positive change in attitude/extra curricula work/ self-motivation etc

School submissions

All classes who submit a presentation will receive a prize to show recognition of engagement in the project