Star Citizen 2012 Games Roadshow
Bringing to life the ethos of the Olympic Year by inviting ALL children to recognise their potential!
Act 4 is delighted to be offering our world record breaking interactive stage show to schools, churches and community groups as together we seek to recognise our potential to make a difference.
Tour Programme Includes:
Star Citizen Days: A day event with the Act 4 team. Includes fun workshops for children in which they take on team challenges and prepare for their own performance. Day finishes with a family show - with the children performing alongside Act 4 as we share a 2012 Games message about how we all have potential. There are many additional elements that can be added to a Star Citizen Day.
Star Citizen Days in School: A great way to get everyone involved as they share in the show and then investigate the themes in class based workshops. See below for more information on Star Citizen in schools.
Holiday Club: Materials and training. For churches that are unsure about running their own holiday club, Act 4 will provide not only the materials but also face to face training, giving churches the confidence they need to offer a fun and exciting programme in their communities.
School Assemblies: Materials and training. Materials, linked to the Holiday Club programme will also to be made available to churches to be used in assembly presentations in primary schools. Training also available.
Supported by: More Than Gold St Albans Diocease Children's Work Department
Star Citizen in Schools
GIVING CHILDREN THE CHANCE TO BE STAR CITIZENS BY:
Star Citizen has already been performed to public audiences in over 50 different venues within England and Wales. The show written for primary aged children, combines drama, music, puppetry, videos and performance art, as we seek to encourage children to recognise their potential as a positive force in their communities. Our school tour not only allows children to benefit from seeing the show but from additional workshops that build off the themes of the performance.
NOTE: We are currently devoloping a new programme as part of the 2012 Games Roadshow.
Benefiting Children: Based on evaluations from over 35 school groups, parents, teachers, church leaders and children, we belive this programme offers you the following benefits:
For more information or to book now, please contact us.
If you are booking for a community group, please contact us.
World Record Achieved
In 2010 Act 4 was confirmed as world record holders by Guinness World Records™ for the most number of professional theatrical performances in different venues in 50 days. Each venue had a minimum audience capacity of 300, with shows taking place in theatres, schools, and churches across England and Wales, during June and July 2009. The show, which had to last over 1 hour, was performed by the same team of three throughout. This team also had to set up and de-rig without assistance.
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