The Kenton is offering local schools and colleges reduced ticket prices for two upcoming shows that have relevances to the current curriculum.
Candlelit Macbeth and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde will be at the theatre on 16 November (Macbeth) and 30 November – 1 December (Jekyll and Hyde)
The theatre wants to try and support local schools, colleges, teachers and students in the academic endeavours.
Studying English can be tricky at the best of times, but with the opportunity to see stories come alive on stage, suddenly it can all make sense.
The Kenton Theatre is offering local schools and colleges reduced ticket prices for two upcoming shows, both of which are on the syllabus for GCSE this year.
Candlelit Macbeth, the classic tale is brought to life by this talented and enthralling story-telling company, igniting the imagination with poetry, sound-scapes, shadows and movement. Faithful to the text and famous Shakespeare characters.
The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a thrilling adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark psychological fantasy and is being bought to the Kenton by Blackeyed Theatre – one of the most inventive companies around at the moment.
Tickets for students will be £10 and teachers will go for free.
To book go to https://kentontheatre.co.uk/