As part of the Theatre’s 2020 Education & Outreach Programme, staff have been ‘On the Road’ working with schools and community organisations.
The ten-month closure of the Grand Opera House presents the Trust with a range of new opportunities to amplify theatre- and arts-based activities and events across Northern Ireland. Providing the Trust to chance to work with communities to share the heritage of the Grand Opera House and the aims of the restoration project, encourage engagement with, and participation in, the Creative Learning Programme, and promote the 125th anniversary performance programme.
Since February, the team have been delivering a range of workshops and talks on the history of the Theatre.
Want to join in online? Read a brief history of the Theatre here: Grand Opera House History and quiz
Need some Easter fun? Download our Grand Opera House activity pack here:Easter Activity Pack
Poetry Workshop, St Joseph’s PS, Belfast
Musical Theatre workshop Carrick Hill Community Centre, Belfast
Drama Workshop, Newhill Community Centre, Belfast
Creative Writing, East Belfast Network Centre.
Development workshop for Dance facilitators with Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Freefall Dance Company.
Dance workshop with Luminous Soul by Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Freefall Dance Company.
World Book Day Celebrations with Meadow Bridge Primary School
Drama workshop, Moneyrea Primary School, Newtownards
History and Heritage Talks
Glengormley Towns’ Women Guild
St Finnian’s Ladies Group, Belfast
Bayburn Historical Society, Helen’s Bay
Stormont Ladies Probus.
For further information on creative learning initiatives, or to find out more about taking part, please contact the Grand Opera House Creative Learning Manager, on 028 9024 0411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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