Education is a central part of Dippermouth’s work. Through our outstanding workshops and the Free First Night scheme, we introduce young people to the thrill of seeing and making theatre.


We offer expert workshops to enrich your Drama, English and PSHCE lessons or to extend extra-curricular opportunities.
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Shakespeare LIVE

Our acclaimed Shakespeare workshops incorporate live performance by professional actors, and by the students themselves.
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Free First Night

Students see the first night of our productions, and participate in a talkback with the company, entirely free of charge.
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Our mentors have worked in schools and universities all over the world.
Alderwood Primary School • Assumption College • Barham Primary School • Beatrix Potter School • Bishop Stopford’s School • Brandwood Primary School • Brown University • Bryant University • Cambridge University • Cardinal Pole Catholic School • Central Connecticut State University • Clapton Girls’ Academy • Columbia College • Darrick Wood School • Dr Challoner’s Grammar School • Dulwich College • Ecole Internationale de Geneve • Fitchburg State University • Frostburg State University • Gannon University • George Dixon Academy • Gymnase de Burier • Gymnasium Koeniz-Lerbermatt • Ibstock Place School • Jacobs University • Kantonsschule Sursee, Sursee • Kelmscott School • Mark Rutherford School • Nashville School of the Arts • Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet • Rollins College • Rudolf Steiner Schule Zurich • Sebastian River High School • St George’s British International School, Rome • St John Fisher College • St. Francis de Sales Catholic Junior School • Trinity School • Universiteitstheater, Amsterdam • University College London • Wesleyan University • Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Dippermouth and the ESU

Dippermouth is the English-Speaking Union‘s theatre education partner. The ESU is an international educational charity, with over 40 branches across the UK and over 50 around the world. Dippermouth delivered workshops for the ESU’s Performing Shakespeare competition in 2014, and judged the final in London.


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