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Filskit blog – young people are important

Posted on 08 April 2014 by Filskit Theatre

It’s 11.34pm on a Monday night. One night owl Filskit Lady was getting ready to send our latest blog offering off to A Younger Theatre, when she came across a discussion on our Twitter feed about this piece by Susan Elkin – Stop marginalising young audience work. As a company which works with young audiences and […]

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Review: What the Thunder Said, Theatre Centre

Posted on 11 March 2014 by Filskit Theatre

Theatre Centre’s latest offering for primary school children aged 9-11 is What the Thunder Said, a story that focuses on tackling violence and feelings of aggression. Whilst topic based theatre can often feel somewhat moralistic and twee, Theatre Centre yet again manages to strike the right tone with its young audiences. Interestingly and somewhat topically, […]

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Blog: Filskit Theatre – The only way is out of London. Or is it?

Posted on 26 February 2014 by Filskit Theatre

Until recently, every funding application, mission statement and biography we have ever written has begun with the phrase “Filskit Theatre are a London based company…” but as we have grown as a company and our personal circumstances have changed, we have now come to the realisation that two thirds of the original company are actually […]

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Blog: Filskit Theatre: Collaboration – the start of something beautiful?

Posted on 05 February 2014 by Filskit Theatre

“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” H.E. Luccock The idea of collaborating can be a scary one. You know what you do and you have your own individual style, so the idea of external people coming in and changing that dynamic can be daunting. But on the […]

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