Forthcoming Outreach Events


Jane Eyre (Matinee Performance)

Wednesday 11 October (1:30pm)
Pamoja Hall, The Space
(Suitable for Key Stage 2 & 3)

SSTC’s new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte’s classic. Jane Eyre faces life’s obstacles head-on, surviving poverty, injustice and the discovery of bitter betrayal before taking the ultimate decision to follow her heart. It features a 30-strong ensemble who will bring this famous story to life through dynamic physical theatre and visual storytelling. Ideal for students of English studying the novel or Drama students reviewing live theatre and exploring different staging techniques.

To book spaces for this event please contact our BoxOffice: 

The Odyssey

Monday 6 November
Sackville Theatre, The Space, Sevenoaks School
(Suitable for Drama students Year 8+)

One actor. One hour. One man's epic quest to reunite with his family and seek his bloody revenge. The Odyssey follows the Greek warrior Odysseus in his relentless attempt to reach home so he can see his wife and son again before he dies. Passionate, highly physical and poignant storytelling brings this breathtaking adventure to life. A journey that will ignite the imagination and awaken the senses. 'The Best of the Fringe' - Observer

To book spaces for your students, please contact our Box Office: 

Tim Hollingsworth, OBE - Talk

Monday 6 November (3:15pm – 4:10pm)
Pamoja Hall, The Space, Sevenoaks School
(Suitable for Years 9, 10+ )

On Monday 6 November we welcome Tim Hollingsworth (OBE) CEO of the British Paralympic Association to talk to students.

Tim will be talking about his work with the BPA, the 2012 games and how your career can take you in unexpected directions. This inspiring talk is suitable for pupils of year 9 and above.

If you are interested in attending, RSVP to: 

Kathakali Workshop

Thursday 9 November 

Pamoja Hall, The Space, Sevenoaks School

(Suitable for Key Stage 2 & 3)

Kathakali the classical dance drama of Kerala, south India, using Mudras, an ancient sign language, characters, complex facial expressions and stunning costumes and make-up. These remarkable stories based on Hinduism expose human relationships, community disputes and the eternal search for spirituality. 

In addition to the spectacular performance of Kathakali there is an opportunity to take part in a south Indian music workshop, see the elaborate make up, view the beautiful costumes and meet the artists. Before each performance there is a demonstration of how the actor tells a story, followed by a short film.

To be placed on the waiting list for this event please contact our BoxOffice: 

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