Delivering highly bespoke Theatre in Education projects to suit your needs
Round Midnight Ltd is an innovative theatre in education company renowned for its bespoke education and training programs. We have delivered a diverse range of projects in Birmingham, across the UK, and internationally since 1992.
What we love to do
Theatre in Education consists of topic based performances by professional actors, followed by an exploratory workshop with the audience. Round Midnight Ltd has a range of different TIE topics and packages to support your PSHE education.
PSHE through technology is an innovative new way of learning fit for the modern age. Using immersive VR experiences and digital platforms, young people are able to engage with social issues in exciting yet powerful ways.
We bring new life to traditional training materials. Using a range of creative art techniques, including role play and creative teaching, our approach to training is both refreshing and beneficial.
We provide existing and bespoke creative arts projects to develop and enhance your curriculum. From Primary topics to GCSE and A-level drama, we can provide innovative and exciting projects for all schools.
Many of our Theatre in Education performances support the PSHE curriculum, and can be easily adapted to provide a unique learning experience for your school or organisation. We tackle complex subject matters, finding engaging ways to discuss taboo PSHE topics such as knife crime and grooming.
Whether you want us to adapt an existing project to align with your school’s PSHE needs or use trailblazing technology to take learning to the next level, our team are at the forefront of innovation within PSHE Theatre in Education.
What People Say
Using Immersive Technology for Good
Combining VR with PSHE topics to engage young people
Success at the 2021 Digital City Awards.
Round Midnight have gained three prestigious Digital City Awards at the Digital City Festival 2021 for their immersive VR programme, Virtual_Decisions: GANGS.
Those awards are:
- VR Project of the Year
- Tech for Good Programme
- Best Use of Tech in Education
‘Cutting Ties’ is a highly topical Theatre in Education performance that explores the dangers of carrying knives and knife crime.
This interactive performance engages young people in a discussion about knife crime.
With a steady rise in knife related crimes being reported over the last few years, there is a concern about the impact this is having on young people, families and communities.
To read more about ‘Cutting Ties’, and how we can support your school, please click below.
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