Bike Story in schools
Bike Story in schools hits the road!
509 Arts have teamed up with Creative Learning Partnerships to extend Bike Story to reach primary school pupils.
Bike Story in schools is an interactive theatre in education package for primary schools. It’s being delivered in 22 primary schools across Yorkshire in June and July 2014 as part of the Yorkshire Festival and starts with a special performance at Hull Truck Theatre on Tuesday 17th June.
What’s the story?
Bob sells bikes…. or rather Bob owns a second hand bike shop but doesn’t sell many bikes. Bob’s world is turned upside down when he meets Betty, a poet and writer who has volunteered to help Bob run his shop. Betty might not know a lot about bikes, but she does know how to tell a good story and soon she encourages Bob to see the bikes not just as pieces of metal and plastic, but as stories waiting to be told.
Meet the cast
Take a look at the wonderful cast we’ve assembled for ‘Bike Story in schools’. They’re an experienced and professional bunch of bike actors: Molly, Chopper, Classique, Postie and Daisy. We’ll be finding out about their stories through the performance and trying out ways of telling our own stories with pupils in the workshops that follows… Actors Colin and Jenna don’t do a bad job either.
Would you like to book ‘Bike Story in Schools’? The package will be available from September 2014 for school across the Yorkshire and Humberside region. To find out more please email Creative Learning Partnerships