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Education & Pathways

Our education programme supports people at all stages of their formal learning and is designed to meet curriculum needs for Theatre Studies, English and ESOL.  We also offer a range of projects and opportunities to develop skills, knowledge and experience for careers in the creative industries and wider personal development.

Our specialist artists and practitioners deliver projects both at Kiln Theatre and in the classroom. If you would like your school, college or university to get involved please contact us.

To Get Involved email or call 020 7372 6611

Minding The Gap

Minding the Gap is drama project for young people who are newly arrived to the UK, forming part of their EAL/ESOL studies. We work in partnership with schools, colleges and charities to deliver creative projects and workshops, developing students’ confidence, language and teamwork skills.  We tailor projects to the learning needs of students, working in partnership with EAL Leaders in formal and informal settings.

Our projects are creative, fun and practical, run by specialist theatre practitioners. They enable students to engage with ideas, develop spoken language skills and confidence, and develop a creative output to be proud of.

Contact us if you are interested in a project for your school or college.

This project is supported by

Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust, Pears Foundation and Mayor of London

Act One Beginners

Apply to be on Act One Beginners, a brand new Production Arts Course at Kiln Theatre that will run on Wednesday evenings (and occasional Saturdays) from 15 May to the end of July 2019 free of charge.

On this course we will cover the basics in Lighting, Sound and Stage Management and provide opportunities to start a backstage career. You will get to participate in a range of workshops alongside attending London based Theatre performances.

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Our Productions


Download our free Wife resource pack offering exclusive access and insight into the creation of the production, perfect to use both before and after your school’s visit.

Developed with teachers, these resources cover topics provoking discussion about the staging, themes and narrative of the production – long after the final curtain.


Storylab uses drama techniques to increase attainment and enthusiasm for literacy, in primary schools for years 4 & 5. Students experience 2 professional performances plus 8 in-school workshops as well as CPD and resource packs for teachers.

Work Placements and Volunteering

We offer work placements for schools, colleges and university students. We also offer volunteering opportunities on projects.