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Spring 2018

Spring 2018 Special School Offers
 
School of Rock 
 
New London Theatre (WC2B 5PW)
 
Thursday 18th January
 
2.30pm-5pm (including a 20 minute interval)
 
2 wheelchair spaces available
 
 

SCHOOL OF ROCK, the irresistible new hit musical based on the iconic movie, is now playing in London’s West End!

Follow slacker Dewey Finn, a failed rock star posing as a teacher at a prestigious school, as he turns a class of straight-A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band! But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out?

Check out the show's video page to get a real flavour of what to expect


Five Guys Named Moe

Marble Arch Theatre (W1C 1CX)

Thursday 8th February and Thursday 22nd February

2:30pm-4:45pm (including a 15 minute interval)

6 wheelchair spaces


APPLY HERE

 

Please note that the show has a ‘live concert feel’ and there is a loose, romantic storyline running throughout the show. There is no explicit content, although there are one or two suggestive moments.

 

The smash-hit musical swings into the new Marble Arch Theatre where you will be transported to a red hot 1940s New Orleans jazz club.

Nomax is drinking his sorrows away when five guys named Moe - Big Moe, Little Moe, Eat Moe, Know Moe and Four-Eyed Moe appear out of nowhere to help him straighten out and sing and dance his way to love!

Featuring the hits of original jazz king Louis Jordan, this is a theatrical experience like no other. 

Check out the show's photo page to get a real flavour of what to expect.


Othello (relaxed performance)

Unicorn Theatre (SE1 2HZ)

Thursday 22nd February 

10.30am-11.30am (no interval)

12 wheelchair spaces available 

 

APPLY HERE

 

Inspired by William Shakespeare’s great tragedy, this is a modern, funny and inspired play by Belgian playwright Ignace Cornelissen (Henry the Fifth, The Hunting Lodge) that brings the story of Othello to life for younger audiences and reflects on the nature of relationships, friendships and how our flaws and feelings can blind us to the truth. 


John Lyon's Charity: School explorer fund

The School Explorer Fund is open to all state primary schools and special schools (primary or secondary) in Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. 

Grants awarded under this fund are available to help schools access and take part in Arts activities at the many high class institutions in London. Activities could include visits to the theatre, a musical experience or to a museum or art gallery.

For more information and to fill out an application form, please visit the JOHN LYON'S WEBSITE

 

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