The act of theatre is to manifest actions physically and to be able to air out an element of interest to the audience. Theatre for a change directly angles and restricts the audience to explore relationships, which affect or infect the well-being of a society and its health. This aims at starting a conversation within the target audience, therefore, creating a collective voice. The collective voice takes their stories to the exact places where their audiences are located and change can start happening gradually. Theatre mainly focused on storytelling is easily relatable to all of us. Theatre for a change focuses on sharing stories with an audience, that can easily relate and enable the participants to share and feel valued in the community. As a result, the involved parties grow in confidence and self-esteem as the audience peeks keen interest in their theatrics, therefore creating a shared sense of identity. Being able to have a voice is crucial while engaging in theatre. This helps in telling the story efficiently and to inflict change on the society. Eventually, the Theatre speaks to the nation.
Christmas is all about fun, laughter and celebrations and of course it is the pantomime season too. There is not a more popular time to enjoy dance and song and now the pantomime season is upon us once again with a wide variety of characters and stories to amuse and delight. From the story of Aladdin’s magical carpet ride to Red Riding Hood to Sinbad the Sailor and many more, http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/panto-season-is-back-and-bigger-than-ever-oh-yes-it-is-a3368086.html>panto popular in London this year means the choice has never been as broad. London has gone all out to make this Christmas even more magical this year, and you’ll certainly be wanting to take a trip to one of the city’s many Christmas shows created for the whole family. Keep checking the theatre guides to help you find the most appealing shows – that is if you do not choose them all! This is because the show list is always being added too. Allow your little one’s storybooks to come alive with the most colourful costumes and performances as bright and entertaining as ever.Read More
There were many theatre shows to see right now in theatres. But the adaptation, which goes beyond the storyline of the favourite book series “Harry Potter and the cursed child” is the show to see. Many critics have downplayed it as a book, but as a show on stage, it is really enjoyable. It is one of the Shows to see at North Wales’ theatres in autumn and winter. The storyline carries from the very moment the seventh book ” Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” ends. The characterisation of the young Albus Severus Potter is great and in some instances, it will feel like reading “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”. The show should be on everybody’s list of theatre shows to see in spite of the negative reviews. If you have read the series of books by J.K Rowling, or have seen the movies you will be enthralled by the on stage show. This is indeed a must see show for the family.Read More