Our children write the most creative, innovative and imaginative theatre, they give voice to their extraordinary ideas and their plays give great pleasure to volunteers and audiences alike.
Children first come to Scene & Heard aged nine or ten. They are referred to us by the local primary schools in Somers Town: Edith Neville, St. Aloysius Junior School and St. Mary and St. Pancras. We also invite brothers and sisters of existing Members to take our first course. Once a child has completed their first course they become a Member Playwright of Scene & Heard and they are invited back year after year to take up to four further courses with us. Whether still taking courses with us or not, all are invited to our performances and receive our annual newsletter.
We are so incredibly proud of all our Member Playwrights and their achievements, both at Scene & Heard and in the wider community. Many have gone on to great and glorious things and we are always delighted to hear from them.
Keep In Touch
If you are a Member Playwright, don’t forget to keep in touch! Let us know what you are doing. Email email@example.com or join her on Facebook (Member Playwrights only!) www.facebook.com/roz.paul.50
Lives in London 2012
With the help of his family and friends, Member Playwright Taseen Khan has collected his writings into a book: “Lives in London 2012” is a collection of stories and plays written at Scene & Heard and beyond.
The stories range from a cockroach Prime Minister living at Number 10 Frowning Street to stories addressing class, poverty and integration in Camden. It’s a window into the world from an incredibly lively 10 year-old mind that is guaranteed to leave you smiling. A must read for anyone who wants to see children’s voices taken more seriously. All proceeds from Taseen’s book are generously donated to Scene & Heard.
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