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“No two shows are the same, because the actors constantly work with the way the audience reacts. It is funny and grabs the pupil’s interest.” – Dagmar Rozier, Het Assink Lyceum, Haaksbergen, NL

We have been working in European schools for 30 years and are famous for presenting workshops that students really enjoy and learn a lot from.

Teachers love them too! All our workshops offer a great way to practice speaking English and learn about literature and culture in a challenging but non-threatening environment.

A Big Wheel show is one that both teachers and students will always remember. You will all leave the room energised and full of ideas for that next lesson!

We have a selection of workshops to choose from, now booking for 2018-2019!

English Language

Our English Language shows are up-to-the-minute in their use of multimedia references, parody and games. We have recently introduced a new workshop, London Crazy, aimed at intermediate to advanced students. It’s been a wild success!

Click here to find out more about London Crazy and our other English Language shows.

 

English Literature

Our English Literature workshops introduce students to new work, themes and topics, as well as helping them to appreciate and analyse the novels and plays they are already studying.

Click here for more details of our range of English Literature workshops.

 

The First World War

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We are continuing to offer this workshop which has proved a huge success not only in the UK and Belgium but in non-combatant countries, such as Holland, Switzerland and Sweden. Meaning in the Mud, for secondary students, is based on the War Poets and the continuing cultural legacy of World War 1.

To find out more about Meaning in the Mud, click here.

 

London Visits

drama courseFor schools visiting England we offer our workshops at the Big Wheel Studios in central London, and themed tours of London and other cities. Get in touch to talk to us about what we can arrange for your visit; we host these throughout the year.

 

 

 

All other shows are available at the following times of year, according to country:

Sweden: touring October 2018

Switzerland: touring March-April 2019

Holland and Belgium: touring September-December 2018 and January-March 2019

 

Visiting Dutch students watching a performance of Introduction to Shakespeare

 

 
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