what we do
Box House Theatre is passionate about finding new and innovative ways of introducing interactive theatre techniques to assist with curriculum. Many children benefit from a more hands-on and visual approach so we made it our sole mission to develop a variety of educational workshops and performances for KS1 through to A-Level to work alongside curriculum and current projects.
Our specialist workshops will give an insight into using drama and theatre techniques to develop socially, boost confidence, aid memorisation and assist with the current syllabus.
Combining techniques used within improvisation, devising, physical theatre, character development, etc, we offer a well-rounded experience for all students to learn and develop skills that can be used when learning and developing knowledge.
Lewis has had over ten years of experience working in the industry for both television and theatre. He has worked internationally as an actor, director, producer, and workshop facilitator alongside some of the industry's most recognised alumni. Credits include the award-winning series Ted Lasso, I Love You Mum: I Promise I Won't Die, Twisted Tales, Summer Of Rockets, and many more.
After actively working worldwide with a variety of different ages and abilities, he recognises the demand for up-to-date industry knowledge and practices that can be applied to each individual's career.
Amy attended East 15 Acting School in 2017 and studied Theatre Arts. She worked towards developing an in-depth knowledge of classical and contemporary texts, the studies of physicality, subtext, and character motive.
Amy has performed and directed in plays such as Merchant of Venice, Oliver Twist, Romeo and Juliet, RENT - The Musical, Noughts and Crosses, Carrie - The Musical, etc.
She worked in Europe performing educational plays and workshops for children aged 6-22 and has developed a passion for incorporating theatre-based activities alongside education.
Amy recognises the need for a more interactive way of learning to be introduced.