Anuli Changa, Kensal Voices Ambassador: “Saturdays aren’t right without Kensal Voices!”
The first block took place between the 13th of April and the 8th of June. It focused on researching the building and discovering some of its stories and influences. We had the pleasure of working with some fantastic people who ...
Kensal Voices offers its participants the opportunity to work with industry professionals from diverse disciplines – such as journalism, drama, design, multimedia, producing and technical theatre – and gain practical, real-life skills.
Our workshop leaders are successful artists and experts in their chosen field ...
Buzz newspaper sent some young reporters to check out Childsplay – here’s what they said:
‘I thought the play was hilarious and also very exciting. The actors and actress were playing their part really well. The clapping games with Rosie were great and I quite enjoyed the mint humbugs she gave us. The play was ...
Review of Childsplay by the magazine Third Age Matters
Outdoor theatre work Childsplay examines the different ways children have played outdoors from the 1950s to today. It is about the games that children played. It's refreshingly informal: they handed us 'Time Portals' - headphones and MP3 players - then grab ...
Our new heritage project 'Kensal Voices' is already getting some fantastic coverage! Read Kensington & Chelsea Today and The Guide to Kensington & Chelsea.
Our recent production of Arthur's World at The Bush Theatre received great reviews from A Younger Theatre , Considered Words , ...