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Four of Swords Theatre Workshops

Four of Swords is an Exeter-based theatre, media and education company, with a reputation for creating vivid, magical and immersive storyscapes. We have worked with a range of educational partners such as AQA and Pearson examination boards, Cambridge University Press, Plymouth University and Exeter Phoenix.

We are extremely excited to announce a series of workshops working with the amazing Pelican Project, bringing together Pelican members with undergraduates from Exeter University’s Drama Department. The focus of the workshops will be creating fairy tale shadowplays. The uni students will take the lead in developing the puppets and the stories, whilst the Pelicans will create an eerie and spine-tingling soundtrack. They’ll also have the chance to play with the puppets and explore a bit of shadow work themselves. The project will culminate in a spectacular performance of the plays!

12th, 19th, 26th November, 3rd December
10.30-12.30

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Shadow puppets at RAMM

 

 

 

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Capital ‘D’ for disability

I got an email before Christmas from an Assistant Manager at The WESC foundation (a specialist school in Exeter for young people with visual impairments). She wanted to meet us Pelicans to see if we could offer anything that her residents may be interested in. Her name was Shelley Matthews. Seeing that name and being

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Making things happen

“There’s three types of people in the world: Those who don’t know what happened, those who wonder what happened, and people like us from the streets, that make things happen” – Stranded on Death Row, Dr Dre, 1992 What type of person are you? I’ve had this song on repeat this week. The words are

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