@ Trinity Congregational Church, St Matthew's Rd, Brixton SW2 1NF.
Arrange a Meeting – if you would like Daniel to come and to talk to you about Artisans’ schools programme, he would be more then happy to do so. He is also happy to devise work to fit in with your current topic. (please use feedback page)
All our workshops involve drama and role play as a medium for learning. And all the staff at Artisans have undertaken an enhanced disclosure.
Artist in Residence - Daniel Pollendine - trained in Human Movement Studies at St Mary’s, Strawberry Hill before becoming a teacher in R.E. and P.S.E. Daniel was head of dept. at Lampton School in Hounslow for 6 years, also acting as chair for the teachers group on SACRE, where he became committed to Multicultural Education. Daniel has also taught Drama at Madeley Court School, Telford where he ran the South Shropshire Youth Theatre. He went on to study Mime in London and worked in the U.K. and Europe within Physical Theatre. Daniel has also worked on projects with Seagull Theatre New Horizons over the past 15 years as Musical Director/Choreographer and an Actor.
Who we are:
- Free Educational resource for the local community.
- Promoting the performing arts, in the context of local and national history.
- Giving Children an experience of theatre in their local community
Visit to Artisans– Children visiting Artisans will perform in a specially devised play, involving costume, props and scenery.
Supporting School Curriculum –
We can offer workshops on a variety of topics that tie in with the projects you are working on at school. In the past we have worked on topics such as: Roman Britain, Fire of London, Small Island (Black History Month), The Easter Story. We are happy to devise work specifically for your requirements.
(Artisans is a non -profit organisation part funded by the Congregational Federation of Great Britain as part of the government’s Hope 08 initiative for better communities.)
Trinity Congregational Church,
St Matthews Road,
Brixton, SW2 1NF