Directed by David Willoughby and toured schools in September 2010. The Complete Works Creative Company in partnership with The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, present a fast moving, accessible adaptation of Shakespeare’s story about the battle of the sexes. A Flickr Set of Photographs from this production can be viewed by Clicking Here.
Directed by David Willoughby and toured at schools in September 2010. The Complete Works Creative Company in partnership withThe Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, present a fast moving, accessible adaptation of Shakespeare’s play about one man’s struggle with life death and corruption. A Flickr Set of Photographs from this production can be viewed by… Read more »
Disillusioned cabaret stars hide in the underground. Unable to see the audience they relive past glories through the songs they know. This macabre group of performers are controlled by the master of ceremonies the Grim Reaper of the stage. His appearance at your show would suggest you have reached the end. This fundraising event took… Read more »
‘Think Twice’ was the result of a Music and Film project with the aim of promoting safety on the roads. Pupils at the Harris Academy @ Peckham worked with The Complete Works to create a Rap Song and perform in a Music Video production. With 37 Children under 16 killed or seriously injured on UK… Read more »
Between the months of Feburary and June 2010, The Complete Works film department worked with University College London as part of their outreach project, aimed at broadening the horizons on young people. This included two five week long terms of Saturday school workshops, where groups of young people got the opportunity to write, create, edit… Read more »
This drama and film workshop provides Key Stage 2 students with an introductory lesson on citizenship and the different types of government. Through practical drama games and an animated film, students explore and discuss issues such as equality, decision-making, and justice to learn about the different ways a country can be governed. The students taking… Read more »