On 30th September 2021, Icon and Theatre31 invited teachers based in Medway and Sheppey to the Brook Theatre for a specially created TeachMeet, launching the Theatre31 Artsmark Resource Pack and our free Schools’ Programme.

We passionately believe that theatre and the performing arts have the power to boost confidence, free creativity and change young lives for the better. The TeachMeet event allowed us to share our enthusiasm with teachers and local practitioners, and invite them on our mission to create youth-led arts opportunities for young people in Medway and Sheppey.

The evening was an opportunity to let these teachers know all about the free opportunities open to them and their students, as well as meet the Theatre31 team and even try out some of our tried and tested drama games for young people!

'It helps you learn, it helps you grow and become more of what you want to become.'
— Ruby - Icon Youth Theatre (Medway)
★★★★ ‘It is easy to take for granted the acting skills of a top theatre company. But when actors embody characters as superbly as this, you can’t help but notice.’
— The New Statesman
'Icon has been ahead of the curve in understanding that the arts have a role to play in bringing people together, helping them be heard by telling their own stories in their own way, and in the process creating a sense of pride in place and space.'
— Lyn Gardner, Theatre Journalist
'Theatre31 did a great job of making the children feel comfortable and you could see their confidence grow within the session!'
— Year 5 teacher, Queenborough School and Nursery, Sheppey
‘It has been lifechanging. Lady Unchained has helped get my life changed, I’ve started to look for opportunities on the outside, and see that there is life after prison.’
— Young Artist, Cookham Wood Young People’s Theatre Programme
★★★★ ‘A sharp, impeccably performed and blazingly impassioned piece of theatre…simply terrific.’
— The Times

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