SOUND & VISION

Little Angel Stories
'The Adventures of Oop and Imm', written and read by Samantha Sutherland, inspired by the ideas of competition winner Sarah Mirkin. Illustrations by David Sutherland.

This is a story for  children in English. 

In Summer 2020, we ran a competition asking children to let us know how they would end Samantha's story. Sarah, age 6, was the winner of the competition and her ideas have inspired the ending you will hear in this video.

If you enjoyed this video, watch Samantha reading the story of 'The Snow Queen': https://youtu.be/TpHyXrnlQgk​ and 'Ti-Jean and the Unicorn': https://youtu.be/HLbYY7xqKyo​

Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre: www.youtube.com/thelittleatheatre​

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

'The Adventures of Oop and Imm', written and read by Samantha Sutherland, inspired by the ideas of competition winner Sarah Mirkin. Illustrations by David Sutherland.

This is a story for children in English.

In Summer 2020, we ran a competition asking children to let us know how they would end Samantha's story. Sarah, age 6, was the winner of the competition and her ideas have inspired the ending you will hear in this video.

If you enjoyed this video, watch Samantha reading the story of 'The Snow Queen': https://youtu.be/TpHyXrnlQgk​ and 'Ti-Jean and the Unicorn': https://youtu.be/HLbYY7xqKyo​

Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre: www.youtube.com/thelittleatheatre​

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

YouTube Video UExvajlucDNaeGZsQm96S2cxdjBCUjU4dEptZG5VT0tBcS5CMUM0NzY5NzdEQzlGRjAx

The Adventures of Oop and Imm | Full Version | Stories for Children

Bertie Stories
Bertie and the Stork | Episode 1 
Presented by Little Angel Theatre 

Bertie is a bottle.  
He used to be full of sparkling water, but now he is empty inside and lives at the rubbish dump.  Bertie dreams that one day he will be recycled into a kite. But, for now, he is stuck in landfill. Lilly is a stork. She lives close to the dump in a nest and she is Bertie’s best friend.   
Although it is a little smelly, they like living at the dump.  It is amazing to see all of the interesting things that humans throw away. 

Bertie... is an environmental entertainment and education series for children aged 3 to 8. The children will learn about different environmental issues and consider how they can take their own steps to help combat climate change. All puppets and set have been designed and made using found and recycled materials – LAT is committed to environmental sustainability in our actions as well as in our content. 

Suitable for KS1 to support learning about the environment, as part of PSHE and Citizenship.

Credits:
Written and Directed by Samantha Lane
Set and Puppet Design by Emma Tompkins
Puppeteers and Voices - Lori Hopkins and Jessica Shead
Music and Sound Design by Zara Nunn
Filmed and Edited by Ben Hewis
Lighting by David Abra
Props by Katie Penn
Title Animation by Will Powers
Voice Recording by Christopher Bracher 
 
With thanks to Work and Play Scrapstore

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories.

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - it would be greatly appreciated: https://www.littleangeltheatre.com/su...

Bertie and the Stork will premiere on Thursday 21st April and remain on the LAT Youtube channel indefinitely.

Bertie and the Stork | Episode 1
Presented by Little Angel Theatre

Bertie is a bottle.
He used to be full of sparkling water, but now he is empty inside and lives at the rubbish dump. Bertie dreams that one day he will be recycled into a kite. But, for now, he is stuck in landfill. Lilly is a stork. She lives close to the dump in a nest and she is Bertie’s best friend.
Although it is a little smelly, they like living at the dump. It is amazing to see all of the interesting things that humans throw away.

Bertie... is an environmental entertainment and education series for children aged 3 to 8. The children will learn about different environmental issues and consider how they can take their own steps to help combat climate change. All puppets and set have been designed and made using found and recycled materials – LAT is committed to environmental sustainability in our actions as well as in our content.

Suitable for KS1 to support learning about the environment, as part of PSHE and Citizenship.

Credits:
Written and Directed by Samantha Lane
Set and Puppet Design by Emma Tompkins
Puppeteers and Voices - Lori Hopkins and Jessica Shead
Music and Sound Design by Zara Nunn
Filmed and Edited by Ben Hewis
Lighting by David Abra
Props by Katie Penn
Title Animation by Will Powers
Voice Recording by Christopher Bracher

With thanks to Work and Play Scrapstore

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories.

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - it would be greatly appreciated: https://www.littleangeltheatre.com/su...

Bertie and the Stork will premiere on Thursday 21st April and remain on the LAT Youtube channel indefinitely.

YouTube Video UExvajlucDNaeGZsQ0V0TGh3OEZlREZKTF9BMXhnSktNSS41NkI0NEY2RDEwNTU3Q0M2

Bertie and the Stork | Episode 1

Math Antics – Numeracy
Math Antics – Arithmetic
Any Dream Will Do
A choir of budding performers from The Music In Secondary Schools Choir were an integral part of the children’s choir who brought the nation together to sing "Any Dream Will Do" at the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday 4th June at Buckingham Palace. This was part of the Musicals section, which was curated by Andrew himself. MiSST also joined Andrew and the Joseph team to help us create a special edition of the original track "Any Dream Will Do" from Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

How fitting that, a show that started life as a school cantata written for children, has now brought talented and passionate young musicians onto a global stage to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee! 

About MiSST:
The Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) works with disadvantaged secondary schools, and provides both classical instruments and regular music tuition for every child. Providing a 3-year programme of musical learning and education (at no cost to the students) built into the school’s curriculum, MiSST helps over 10,200 students a week to engage in group music lessons. A further 8,500 students have also completed and benefitted the 3 year Andrew Lloyd Webber Programme curriculum. 

Stream the single: https://andrewlloydwebber.lnk.to/AnyDreamWillDo22

Experience Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with your nearest performance: 
https://www.josephthemusical.com/ 

Follow Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat everywhere:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josephmusical/ 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephmusical 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat 

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#AnyDreamWillDo #jasondonovan #andrewlloydwebber #josephandtheamazingtechnicolordreamcoat

A choir of budding performers from The Music In Secondary Schools Choir were an integral part of the children’s choir who brought the nation together to sing "Any Dream Will Do" at the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday 4th June at Buckingham Palace. This was part of the Musicals section, which was curated by Andrew himself. MiSST also joined Andrew and the Joseph team to help us create a special edition of the original track "Any Dream Will Do" from Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

How fitting that, a show that started life as a school cantata written for children, has now brought talented and passionate young musicians onto a global stage to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee! 

About MiSST:
The Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) works with disadvantaged secondary schools, and provides both classical instruments and regular music tuition for every child. Providing a 3-year programme of musical learning and education (at no cost to the students) built into the school’s curriculum, MiSST helps over 10,200 students a week to engage in group music lessons. A further 8,500 students have also completed and benefitted the 3 year Andrew Lloyd Webber Programme curriculum. 

Stream the single: https://andrewlloydwebber.lnk.to/AnyDreamWillDo22

Experience Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with your nearest performance:
https://www.josephthemusical.com/

Follow Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat everywhere:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josephmusical/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephmusical
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat

Follow Andrew Lloyd Webber:
Website: https://www.andrewlloydwebber.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andrewlloydwebber/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewLloydWebber
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialALW
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AndrewLloydWebberMusicals?sub_confirmation=1
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@officialalw

#AnyDreamWillDo #jasondonovan #andrewlloydwebber #josephandtheamazingtechnicolordreamcoat

YouTube Video G8jNpXUSyTk

"Any Dream Will Do" Ft. Jason Donovan, The MiSST Choir, The Cast Of Joseph | Andrew Lloyd Webber

Grug Storytime
The Invisible Museum
Greek Myths Unplugged
Based on Midas and the Golden Touch

From 12 September 2022 watch three of the most loved and enduring Greek myths for free as part of Unicorn Online.

This series of three new short plays by some of the UK’s most exciting writers have been creatively filmed and edited to bring theatre to life online for children. Directed by the Unicorn’s Associate Director Rachel Bagshaw, the films reinvent and reimagine the original myths enabling pupils to explore the resonances of Greek Myths to today’s world anew.

Watch all the Myths here: https://www.unicorntheatre.com/events/greek-myths-unplugged 

Greek Myths Unplugged was developed with the support of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Digital Accelerator for Arts and Culture.

--------------------------- Make a Donation
The Unicorn Theatre is a registered charity. A donation of any size, should you feel able to give, will support the Unicorn’s recovery and help us to continue creating world-class theatre for young audiences. Thank you. You can give via our YouTube fundraiser, or via our website at https://www.unicorntheatre.com/support-us 

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/3l41ZCj 

--------------------------- Unicorn Theatre - Transforming young lives through theatre 
At the Unicorn we create new, inventive and enthralling theatre experiences for children aged up to 13. Every year, we welcome around 65,000 families and schools through our doors, and many thousands more through Unicorn Online. We believe that young people of all ages, perspectives and abilities have the right to experience exciting, entertaining and inspiring work and we actively seek out children who wouldn’t otherwise attend, offering free tickets where needed. We develop work with children from our partner schools and community groups to ensure that our work remains relevant and informed by the young people we serve. Our values of courage, curiosity and respect run through everything we do. 

Cast
The Chorus - Deanna Rodger
Jessie's Dad - Jude Akuwudike
Jessie - Alex Nyla Jarrett

Creative team
Director - Rachel Bagshaw
Set Designer - Charlotte Espiner
Costume Designer - Cristiano Casimiro
Composer & Sound Designer - Nicola T. Chang
Lighting Designer - Douglas Kuhrt
Associate Director - Alice Wordsworth
Fight Director - Paul Benzing
Director of Photography - Adam Kes Hipkin
Cinematographer - Oliver Bury and Maria Pullicino
1st AD - Holly Hughes
Audio Capture - Joey Julliard
Editor - Oliver Bury
Hair & Makeup - Madalina Elena

A Unicorn Theatre and TEA Films Production
Generously supported by Backstage Trust, Bloomberg Philanthropies and Arts Council England

Based on Midas and the Golden Touch

From 12 September 2022 watch three of the most loved and enduring Greek myths for free as part of Unicorn Online.

This series of three new short plays by some of the UK’s most exciting writers have been creatively filmed and edited to bring theatre to life online for children. Directed by the Unicorn’s Associate Director Rachel Bagshaw, the films reinvent and reimagine the original myths enabling pupils to explore the resonances of Greek Myths to today’s world anew.

Watch all the Myths here: https://www.unicorntheatre.com/events/greek-myths-unplugged

Greek Myths Unplugged was developed with the support of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Digital Accelerator for Arts and Culture.

--------------------------- Make a Donation
The Unicorn Theatre is a registered charity. A donation of any size, should you feel able to give, will support the Unicorn’s recovery and help us to continue creating world-class theatre for young audiences. Thank you. You can give via our YouTube fundraiser, or via our website at https://www.unicorntheatre.com/support-us

--------------------------- Subscribe and follow
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicorntheatre
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Unicorn_Theatre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unicorn_theatre/
Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/3l41ZCj

--------------------------- Unicorn Theatre - Transforming young lives through theatre
At the Unicorn we create new, inventive and enthralling theatre experiences for children aged up to 13. Every year, we welcome around 65,000 families and schools through our doors, and many thousands more through Unicorn Online. We believe that young people of all ages, perspectives and abilities have the right to experience exciting, entertaining and inspiring work and we actively seek out children who wouldn’t otherwise attend, offering free tickets where needed. We develop work with children from our partner schools and community groups to ensure that our work remains relevant and informed by the young people we serve. Our values of courage, curiosity and respect run through everything we do.

Cast
The Chorus - Deanna Rodger
Jessie's Dad - Jude Akuwudike
Jessie - Alex Nyla Jarrett

Creative team
Director - Rachel Bagshaw
Set Designer - Charlotte Espiner
Costume Designer - Cristiano Casimiro
Composer & Sound Designer - Nicola T. Chang
Lighting Designer - Douglas Kuhrt
Associate Director - Alice Wordsworth
Fight Director - Paul Benzing
Director of Photography - Adam Kes Hipkin
Cinematographer - Oliver Bury and Maria Pullicino
1st AD - Holly Hughes
Audio Capture - Joey Julliard
Editor - Oliver Bury
Hair & Makeup - Madalina Elena

A Unicorn Theatre and TEA Films Production
Generously supported by Backstage Trust, Bloomberg Philanthropies and Arts Council England

YouTube Video UExmUm55ME5lcFowM3gyZjQyUU5xcS1EOUdsZnVHREtGby41NkI0NEY2RDEwNTU3Q0M2

Greek Myths Unplugged - Myth 1: Jessie and the Jellybeans (For ages 7 - 12)

Drama Geezers
Verba Shadow Theatre
📍To watch our first AGT PERFOMANCE 📍 - click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EayhOaaNhrI

Every year the shadow theater genre is developing faster and faster. Theaters appear in different cities and countries, classes are opening in kindergartens and schools😊👍.

We have been working in  shadows  for almost 10 years 😮and we are the pioneers of this contemporary trend art throughout the CIS⭐.

Now it’s quite difficult to surprise the audience with just a screen and shadow. Therefore, we are trying to expand the already familiar frontie⬆️🏃. 

And now you can follow the actors not only in the shadows, but also see the heroes in front of the screen🙊🙉🙈. All this is complemented by stunning 3D animation, which simply soars in the air and creates an extraordinary three-dimensional illusion😇☺️.

This story was firstly presented to the millions of viewers and judges on AGT (America got talent)👏. 

The young wizard studied magic and all the mysteries of spells with his wise mentor. Insidious Evil notices the strength and power of the staff and decides to master it. The wizard and kind magic is trying to prevent, but unfortunately the Evil kills mentor. The boy understands that now only he can protect the staff from the hands of dark magic, save and preserve ancient knowledge.

And to see how the young wizard will be able to defeat a powerful Evil and fly on a unicorn🐎, make it to the end)😘

*This performance was created especially for America Got Talent with Vladymyr and Iryna Marin (Marin Art studio).

🚩 To stay in top of our new videos not forget to 
SUBSCRIBE to our channel and press 🔔.
https://www.youtube.com/c/verbashadowtheatre?sub_confirmation=1

Welcome to the shadow world! 
We’re the VERBA shadow dance group - one of the greatest representatives of shadow theatre genre. We create a new exclusive video based on Top movies / live stories/ cartoons. 
Our project was born in Ukraine. We are the contestants and finalists of TV talent shows:
- America Got Talent (America)
- Romanii au Talent (Romania)
- Ukraine’s Got Talent (Ukraine)
- България търси талант (Bulgaria)
- Minute of Fame (Russia)
- Mam Talent (Poland)
- Das Supertalent (Germany)
- France digital Talent (France)
- Cesko Slovensko ma Talent (Slovakia)

Our big dream – to be a part of the Britain’s Got Talent & America’s Got Talent! And in 2019 we make a huge step to our dream - we go through auditions at 14th season of America Got talent.
It is a good way to show our creativity and ukrainian talent to millions of people, bring some joy and inspiration to their life!

Shadow Theatre VERBA:
❤️ WE SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE WITH ALL WORLD! ❤️📣

*** For more shadow news, our traveling adventures and backstage moments follow us:
- FB - https://www.facebook.com/verbashadow
- INSTA - https://www.instagram.com/verbashadow

Contact us:
https://verbashadow.com
verbashadow@gmail.com

????To watch our first AGT PERFOMANCE ???? - click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EayhOaaNhrI

Every year the shadow theater genre is developing faster and faster. Theaters appear in different cities and countries, classes are opening in kindergartens and schools????????.

We have been working in shadows for almost 10 years ????and we are the pioneers of this contemporary trend art throughout the CIS⭐.

Now it’s quite difficult to surprise the audience with just a screen and shadow. Therefore, we are trying to expand the already familiar frontie⬆️????.

And now you can follow the actors not only in the shadows, but also see the heroes in front of the screen????????????. All this is complemented by stunning 3D animation, which simply soars in the air and creates an extraordinary three-dimensional illusion????☺️.

This story was firstly presented to the millions of viewers and judges on AGT (America got talent)????.

The young wizard studied magic and all the mysteries of spells with his wise mentor. Insidious Evil notices the strength and power of the staff and decides to master it. The wizard and kind magic is trying to prevent, but unfortunately the Evil kills mentor. The boy understands that now only he can protect the staff from the hands of dark magic, save and preserve ancient knowledge.

And to see how the young wizard will be able to defeat a powerful Evil and fly on a unicorn????, make it to the end)????

*This performance was created especially for America Got Talent with Vladymyr and Iryna Marin (Marin Art studio).

???? To stay in top of our new videos not forget to
SUBSCRIBE to our channel and press ????.
https://www.youtube.com/c/verbashadowtheatre?sub_confirmation=1

Welcome to the shadow world!
We’re the VERBA shadow dance group - one of the greatest representatives of shadow theatre genre. We create a new exclusive video based on Top movies / live stories/ cartoons.
Our project was born in Ukraine. We are the contestants and finalists of TV talent shows:
- America Got Talent (America)
- Romanii au Talent (Romania)
- Ukraine’s Got Talent (Ukraine)
- България търси талант (Bulgaria)
- Minute of Fame (Russia)
- Mam Talent (Poland)
- Das Supertalent (Germany)
- France digital Talent (France)
- Cesko Slovensko ma Talent (Slovakia)

Our big dream – to be a part of the Britain’s Got Talent & America’s Got Talent! And in 2019 we make a huge step to our dream - we go through auditions at 14th season of America Got talent.
It is a good way to show our creativity and ukrainian talent to millions of people, bring some joy and inspiration to their life!

Shadow Theatre VERBA:
❤️ WE SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE WITH ALL WORLD! ❤️????

*** For more shadow news, our traveling adventures and backstage moments follow us:
- FB - https://www.facebook.com/verbashadow
- INSTA - https://www.instagram.com/verbashadow

Contact us:
https://verbashadow.com
verbashadow@gmail.com

YouTube Video UEx5THdubllkS2tmRFkwVi15WjUzdVdLMVpDVlBETm1jSC4yQUJFNUVCMzVDNjcxRTlF

✨Wizard ✨| From AGT 14 auditions Magic fascinating 3D perfomance by Verba Shadow Theatre Group

BSL Audio Tales
Big Veg Takedown
Sounds of the Song
Best of Cirque du Soleil
Head2Head Sensory
Head2Head Sensory Theatre presents the first episode of their new series, Sensory Squad, ‘Fun on the Farm’.  

Join Sensory Squad as they visit Bocketts Farm in Bookham, Surrey, and meet Farmer Martin. Find out what sort of animals live on the farm, what they love eating and how to care for them.   

With songs, craft activity and a checklist of things to find at home to help join in with ‘Fun on the Farm’!  

Fill a rucksack with lots of fun sensory items to join in whilst watching Sensory Squad or take it along with you when you go to visit a farm. 

Support our theatre charity and purchase your own Sensory Squad rucksack online now or donate via our website www.h2hsensorytheatre.com/donate

Special thanks to everyone at Bocketts Farm in Surrey https://www.bockettsfarm.co.uk/ 

What is Sensory Squad? 
Sensory Squad is a fun and educational Makaton signed and captioned YouTube series for children which enhances communication and offers learning experiences through songs, stories and repetition.  The series aims to help families and children prepare for real world experiences such as farm, circus or museum visits.  

Explore the world around us with the help of our friendly squad, including Rei. Inquisitive and helpful, Rei ‘zooms’ through life and wants to help everyone enjoy every moment. 

Each episode includes an original song and a fun craft activity with instructions on how to join in with the use of the Sensory rucksack - a sack filled with fun, sensory items, which families and teachers can put together. 

Children of all abilities will learn about different settings and feature activities that they can replicate using sensory moments e.g. getting grubby in the garden (grass) or exploring a local beach (bucket and sand)? 

The Creative Team 

Writer & Producer  Amy Rhodes  

Director    James MacLaren 

Director of Photography Martin Hodgson  

Illustrator and Animator Claire’s Characters 

Music     ‘Fun on the Farm’ and ‘Sensory Squad jingle’ by Kayleigh Stratton  

‘Rain, rain go away’, ‘This little piggie…’, ‘Mary had a little lamb’ by Erica Flint 

SFX    BBCRewind, Zapsplat 

REI’s costume   Mimics Productions 

Sensory Squad Presenters Erica Flint, John Gregor and Ruth Spurr as Rei 

Volunteer Guest Presenter Eloise MacDonald 

Volunteer Crew Member Alex Pollard 

Sensory Squad is a team effort made possible by fundraisers, marketing, production, administrators, board of trustees, volunteers and many, many more. A huge thank you to the team at Bocketts Farm for supporting us and many thanks to The Orpheus Centre for introducing us to our wonderful volunteers. 

Sensory Squad is grateful for funding received from: 

Alchemy Foundation, Douglas Arter Foundation, Gatwick Airport Community Trust, Lord Barnby's Foundation, St. James Place Foundation, The Childhood Trust, The Fence Club, The Friarsgate Foundation, The Worshipful Company of Grocers, John Horniman’s Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Pennington Manches Cooper Foundation, Alice Ellen Cooper Dear Charitable Trust, The National Lottery.

Head2Head Sensory Theatre is a registered special needs and disability theatre charity based in Oxted, Surrey. We are passionate about making theatre accessible to everyone and understand that families who have a child with a disability face many barriers.  We raise awareness, share knowledge and develop new ways to make this happen. Our special needs and disability theatre charity provides opportunities for self-development and learning with a work experience programme to support students transitioning from education! 

For information about Head2Head Sensory Theatre’s shows and films, please visit our website www.h2hsensorytheatre.com.  Or you can email us at reception@h2hsensorytheatre.com or call us on either 01883 725264 or 01372 278021. 

Please follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok @h2htheatre, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.  Thank you!

Head2Head Sensory Theatre presents the first episode of their new series, Sensory Squad, ‘Fun on the Farm’.

Join Sensory Squad as they visit Bocketts Farm in Bookham, Surrey, and meet Farmer Martin. Find out what sort of animals live on the farm, what they love eating and how to care for them.

With songs, craft activity and a checklist of things to find at home to help join in with ‘Fun on the Farm’!

Fill a rucksack with lots of fun sensory items to join in whilst watching Sensory Squad or take it along with you when you go to visit a farm.

Support our theatre charity and purchase your own Sensory Squad rucksack online now or donate via our website www.h2hsensorytheatre.com/donate

Special thanks to everyone at Bocketts Farm in Surrey https://www.bockettsfarm.co.uk/

What is Sensory Squad?
Sensory Squad is a fun and educational Makaton signed and captioned YouTube series for children which enhances communication and offers learning experiences through songs, stories and repetition.  The series aims to help families and children prepare for real world experiences such as farm, circus or museum visits.

Explore the world around us with the help of our friendly squad, including Rei. Inquisitive and helpful, Rei ‘zooms’ through life and wants to help everyone enjoy every moment.

Each episode includes an original song and a fun craft activity with instructions on how to join in with the use of the Sensory rucksack - a sack filled with fun, sensory items, which families and teachers can put together.

Children of all abilities will learn about different settings and feature activities that they can replicate using sensory moments e.g. getting grubby in the garden (grass) or exploring a local beach (bucket and sand)?

The Creative Team

Writer & Producer Amy Rhodes

Director James MacLaren

Director of Photography Martin Hodgson

Illustrator and Animator Claire’s Characters

Music ‘Fun on the Farm’ and ‘Sensory Squad jingle’ by Kayleigh Stratton

‘Rain, rain go away’, ‘This little piggie…’, ‘Mary had a little lamb’ by Erica Flint

SFX BBCRewind, Zapsplat

REI’s costume Mimics Productions

Sensory Squad Presenters Erica Flint, John Gregor and Ruth Spurr as Rei

Volunteer Guest Presenter Eloise MacDonald

Volunteer Crew Member Alex Pollard

Sensory Squad is a team effort made possible by fundraisers, marketing, production, administrators, board of trustees, volunteers and many, many more. A huge thank you to the team at Bocketts Farm for supporting us and many thanks to The Orpheus Centre for introducing us to our wonderful volunteers.

Sensory Squad is grateful for funding received from:

Alchemy Foundation, Douglas Arter Foundation, Gatwick Airport Community Trust, Lord Barnby's Foundation, St. James Place Foundation, The Childhood Trust, The Fence Club, The Friarsgate Foundation, The Worshipful Company of Grocers, John Horniman’s Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Pennington Manches Cooper Foundation, Alice Ellen Cooper Dear Charitable Trust, The National Lottery.

Head2Head Sensory Theatre is a registered special needs and disability theatre charity based in Oxted, Surrey. We are passionate about making theatre accessible to everyone and understand that families who have a child with a disability face many barriers. We raise awareness, share knowledge and develop new ways to make this happen. Our special needs and disability theatre charity provides opportunities for self-development and learning with a work experience programme to support students transitioning from education!

For information about Head2Head Sensory Theatre’s shows and films, please visit our website www.h2hsensorytheatre.com. Or you can email us at reception@h2hsensorytheatre.com or call us on either 01883 725264 or 01372 278021.

Please follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok @h2htheatre, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Thank you!

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Sensory Squad episode 1🌈 | Fun on the Farm 🐮 | Fun and educational Makaton for children

Morgan & West Magic
Phantom of the Opera
The newly remastered HD music video of “The Phantom of the Opera” with Sarah Brightman as Christine and Steve Harley as The Phantom. As Appears on Andrew Lloyd Webber Unmasked.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Unmasked: The Platinum Collection - the ultimate greatest hits collection from one of the most successful composers of the modern era.
Available in:
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Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist.

The musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles, and there have been dozens of productions worldwide since then. Now in its 35th record-breaking year, The Phantom of the Opera continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, after more than 11,000 performances.

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The newly remastered HD music video of “The Phantom of the Opera” with Sarah Brightman as Christine and Steve Harley as The Phantom. As Appears on Andrew Lloyd Webber Unmasked.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Unmasked: The Platinum Collection - the ultimate greatest hits collection from one of the most successful composers of the modern era.
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Far beneath the majesty and splendour of the Paris Opera House, hides the Phantom in a shadowy existence. Shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all, the love he holds for his beautiful protégée Christine Daaé is so strong that even her heart cannot resist.

The musical opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles, and there have been dozens of productions worldwide since then. Now in its 35th record-breaking year, The Phantom of the Opera continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, after more than 11,000 performances.

#ThePhantomOfTheOpera #SarahBrightman #SteveHarley #AndrewLloydWebber

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The Phantom of the Opera - Sarah Brightman, Steve Harley, Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music Video)

BBC Primary Technology
Suitable for ages 7 to 11. A look at how craft and design tools can be organised into a design box for art projects. 

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Michelle Ackerley demonstrates a variety of craft and design tools and explains how they are best used. She also shows some cost effective ideas for decorating and personalising your own design box.

This clip is from the BBC series I Want to Design. The designers from I Want My Own Room pass on their top tips and design know-how to give viewers ideas and inspiration to get creative.

Michelle Ackerley and Becci Sharkey show how they have helped make children's design dreams come true all over the country. Now they want to share their flair so you can get creative too.

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After watching the clip, the children could make their own design box and decorate them. Once made, the children could then collect items suitable for their design box, based on what type of designer they are. The children could produce a contents page of what is in their box, why they are useful and what they could be used for.

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Suitable for ages 7 to 11. A look at how craft and design tools can be organised into a design box for art projects.

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Michelle Ackerley demonstrates a variety of craft and design tools and explains how they are best used. She also shows some cost effective ideas for decorating and personalising your own design box.

This clip is from the BBC series I Want to Design. The designers from I Want My Own Room pass on their top tips and design know-how to give viewers ideas and inspiration to get creative.

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After watching the clip, the children could make their own design box and decorate them. Once made, the children could then collect items suitable for their design box, based on what type of designer they are. The children could produce a contents page of what is in their box, why they are useful and what they could be used for.

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Making a design box | Design and Technology - I Want to Design

BBC Primary Computer
Suitable for ages 7 to 11. Two young coders meet an amateur photographer who uses a helium balloon to carry a Raspberry Pi computer, webcam and radio transmitter high enough to take pictures of the curve of the Earth. 

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Two young coders and science presenter Minna Kane meet an amateur photographer who uses a helium balloon to carry a Raspberry Pi computer, webcam and radio transmitter high enough to take pictures of the curve of the Earth. Dave holds the world record for the highest photograph ever taken by an amateur, and shows the children how he’s programmed a tiny very basic Raspberry Pi computer to tell the webcam when to take photos, and the transmitter to send them back to Earth. 

They help him pack the hardware into a box with a GPS tracker, and attach it to a helium balloon that will carry the camera above the clouds. He explains how the resolution of the pictures affects the amount of data the transmitter can send back, so he uses a lower resolution to get the pictures back quickly. 

We see the looped code that tells the camera to take a photo every 30 seconds, the transmitter to send the image, and the GPS tracker to keep updating the location. The program tells Dave when the balloon has burst, and the young coders help direct him to the field where his hardware has landed, using the GPS tracker. 

This clip is from the BBC series Cracking the Code. Minna Kane and her team of young coders find out all about the exciting world of computer programming in these films made for primary-age children. In Cracking the Code, they meet the visual effects artists working on Dr Who, play football with robots, test out a Formula One racing simulator and meet a man who has sent his computer into space. Back in the classroom, they learn how to write their own code and make their own games. 

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Suitable for ages 7 to 11. Two young coders meet an amateur photographer who uses a helium balloon to carry a Raspberry Pi computer, webcam and radio transmitter high enough to take pictures of the curve of the Earth.

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Two young coders and science presenter Minna Kane meet an amateur photographer who uses a helium balloon to carry a Raspberry Pi computer, webcam and radio transmitter high enough to take pictures of the curve of the Earth. Dave holds the world record for the highest photograph ever taken by an amateur, and shows the children how he’s programmed a tiny very basic Raspberry Pi computer to tell the webcam when to take photos, and the transmitter to send them back to Earth.

They help him pack the hardware into a box with a GPS tracker, and attach it to a helium balloon that will carry the camera above the clouds. He explains how the resolution of the pictures affects the amount of data the transmitter can send back, so he uses a lower resolution to get the pictures back quickly.

We see the looped code that tells the camera to take a photo every 30 seconds, the transmitter to send the image, and the GPS tracker to keep updating the location. The program tells Dave when the balloon has burst, and the young coders help direct him to the field where his hardware has landed, using the GPS tracker.

This clip is from the BBC series Cracking the Code. Minna Kane and her team of young coders find out all about the exciting world of computer programming in these films made for primary-age children. In Cracking the Code, they meet the visual effects artists working on Dr Who, play football with robots, test out a Formula One racing simulator and meet a man who has sent his computer into space. Back in the classroom, they learn how to write their own code and make their own games.

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For our Computing playlist: http://bit.ly/TeachCS
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This clip will be relevant for teaching Computing at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Computing Science and ICT at Second Level in Scotland.

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How to take a picture from Space | Computer Science - Cracking the Code

BBC Primary Maths
Stefan Gates visits an organic farm in Devon, and discovers 'food miles' as he follows the journey food takes from the field to our plates.

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Stefan Gates visits an organic farm in Devon and follows the journey food takes from the field to our plates. Stefan helps pick spring greens in the field and tastes different salad vegetables. At the farm we see how the salad leaves are mixed together in the correct proportions to get a balance of tastes. We see the mixed salad being weighed and packed into bags using a machine. Stefan helps pack all the different vegetables into boxes before they are delivered locally.

Stefan then visits Ashley Primary, an Ecoschool in Surrey, where children grow their own vegetables for the school canteen. We see the short journey the food makes from garden to kitchen. Stefan helps the children plant onions before they show him the orchard they have planted, which seen from above looks like a big rectangle of 6 rows of 4 trees. They count the trees in 4s to make 24 altogether.

This clip is from the BBC series Ecomaths. Stefan Gates shows how maths is used in the real world to help create a sustainable future.

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Stefan Gates visits an organic farm in Devon, and discovers 'food miles' as he follows the journey food takes from the field to our plates.

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Stefan Gates visits an organic farm in Devon and follows the journey food takes from the field to our plates. Stefan helps pick spring greens in the field and tastes different salad vegetables. At the farm we see how the salad leaves are mixed together in the correct proportions to get a balance of tastes. We see the mixed salad being weighed and packed into bags using a machine. Stefan helps pack all the different vegetables into boxes before they are delivered locally.

Stefan then visits Ashley Primary, an Ecoschool in Surrey, where children grow their own vegetables for the school canteen. We see the short journey the food makes from garden to kitchen. Stefan helps the children plant onions before they show him the orchard they have planted, which seen from above looks like a big rectangle of 6 rows of 4 trees. They count the trees in 4s to make 24 altogether.

This clip is from the BBC series Ecomaths. Stefan Gates shows how maths is used in the real world to help create a sustainable future.

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As students watch the clip, they could note down every time they see maths being used and what is being done. Students could discuss how often they or their parents use maths in their own lives. A homework activity could be set, to find all the different ways the students see maths being used. Students could set up an enterprise project selling fruit packs to the other students in the school. They could start by exploring the most energy efficient way of travelling to the shop and which shop is the closest or cheapest. Discussions could take place as to what students believe to be more important - price or energy efficiency? Students could work out what weight of each fruit to buy, how much to put in each pack and how many bags will be needed. They could also explore how much they would need to price the fruit packs at in order to make a profit.

This clip will be relevant for teaching Maths at KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and 2nd Level in Scotland.

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How to use maths to reduce your food miles | Maths - Ecomaths

BBC Primary English
Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children set out to discover why punctuation is important for clarity in the BBC newsroom.

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This clip explores the importance of getting your punctuation right in news and journalism. One of the children has to put the correct punctuation into a paragraph, including full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, capital letters, commas and apostrophes. The function of each punctuation mark is clearly explained and further examples are given to consolidate learning. Her correct answers are clearly highlighted and her incorrect responses are corrected and explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

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Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Blue Peter presenter Radzi and a group of young children set out to discover why punctuation is important for clarity in the BBC newsroom.

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This clip explores the importance of getting your punctuation right in news and journalism. One of the children has to put the correct punctuation into a paragraph, including full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, capital letters, commas and apostrophes. The function of each punctuation mark is clearly explained and further examples are given to consolidate learning. Her correct answers are clearly highlighted and her incorrect responses are corrected and explained.

This clip is from the BBC series Punctuation Rules. Punctuation Rules explores how important punctuation is in creating comprehensible writing. Blue Peter presenter Radzi challenges a team of six children to complete punctuation tasks in professional work environments, to show how much it matters in the world outside the classroom.

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Why is punctuation important in news? | English Language - Punctuation Rules

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