Productions & Workshops
Shakespeare Schools Festival
MA Site-Specific Theatre Practice

We produce and programme a range of productions every year that are suitable for schools, college and universities.

Relevant productions coming up for schools and colleges include:

Kazzum’s The Boy, the Bees and the Blizzard playing in The Ditch from Wednesday 8 – Friday 17 November and suitable for 6+.

Kneehigh’s The Tin Drum playing in the Assembly Hall from Wednesday 6 – Saturday 23 December and suitable for 14+.

We regularly offer school and group discounts for certain productions. Please visit our Group & School Bookings page for further details and how to get in touch.

We can often also provide bespoke workshops, talks and Q+A sessions for schools, colleges and universities around specific productions playing at the Town Hall. Should you be interested in one of these sessions, please contact or call 020 7739 6176 and we’ll happily discuss your requirements with you.

Shoreditch Town Hall is proud to be one of the hosts of the world’s largest youth drama festival for the first time this year.

Join us from Monday 20 – Wednesday 22 November for a series of unique Shakespeare productions staged by schools. Whether you’re a parent, friend or another local school, we invite you to an exhilarating evening of theatre.

For further information and details of the schools involved, please click here.

MA Site-Specific Theatre Practice

Subject to Validation by University of East Anglia

One year (full-time); entry from January 2019

Shoreditch Town Hall is thrilled to be working in partnership with leading UK drama school Mountview on the launch of a new MA in Site-Specific Theatre Practice: the first course of its kind in the UK created and led by renowned practitioner Geraldine Pilgrim. Students will be resident within Shoreditch Town Hall alongside accessing the world class training facilities at Mountview’s new home in Peckham.

A fast-growing art form, site-specific theatre has captured the imagination of theatre and fine art practitioners throughout the UK and internationally. Pilgrim has been making site-specific performances and installations for over twenty years in sites including empty and occupied office blocks, schools, hotels, swimming pools, factories, hospitals, stately homes and parks.

The course is aimed at practitioners with an art or drama background wanting to diversify their artistic skills in the area of site-specific practice. Applications are welcomed from those with experience in the fine art, theatre or related industries as well as those currently studying at BA level. Learning will cover practical skills and creative realisation as well as theoretical and methodological investigation.

Applications for the MA in Site-Specific Theatre Practice are now open. There are a maximum of eight students per cohort and the course is subject to validation by the University of East Anglia.

For further information and to apply, please visit