The Everyman Theatre proudly supports local nurseries, schools, colleges and the university, delivering a wide variety of bespoke projects, workshops and creative opportunities.

Education Partnerships

Our partnership agreements span all phases of education, from Early Years to University level.

Primary school partnerships can offer opportunities for every student in the school to engage with our work and every member of staff to access creative and innovative professional development opportunities.

Secondary school, college and university partnerships can benefit from discounted tickets to our main house productions, exciting curriculum and theatre workshops and tours of the theatre.

In the current climate we recognise the need for each partnership to be unique to the school, college or university. 

Curriculum Support

Whether you are looking for a workshop related to a text or a GCSE or Post-16 set text.

We can work with you to create schemes of work which can be tailored to your wants and needs – just tell us what specific details you would like your students to focus on and we will deliver it.

Workshops can also explore subject topics and skills across different curriculum areas, including History, Science, Geography, Values & Citizenship, Art, Music, Dance and English, as well as Drama. The key focus is to engage all students in creative methods of learning.


Creative learning beyond the classroom is also a key area of our provision and includes a variety of different experiences to suit all ages. These include:

PRODUCTION SUPPORT DAYS – your school production cast and crew spend the day rotating around workshops led by actors, choreographers, technicians and designers who provide a unique insight into how a creative team works and help you develop key skills for your own performance.

AFTER SCHOOL YOUTH THEATRE HUBS – led by our team of experienced facilitators in your school; these sessions develop key theatre and social skills, not only focussing on equipping the next generation with theatre skills, but also essential life skills. It’s a great chance for students to learn key theatre skills and share their creative work with others.

Bespoke Projects

Our wider education outreach work also includes workshops that are tailored to the needs of specific skills, projects and productions.

These can include specialist workshops on puppetry, design, music, storytelling, residencies, Play In A Day projects and Arts Award support, all of which underpin our aims to inspire young people, enrich their creative learning and help all students and staff to achieve their potential.

More Information

For more information on any of the above please email our Education & Youth Theatre Manager, Stella Buckland, today.