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Little Teleporters

Theatre should play a vital part in people’s education and that needs to start at an early age.

Children need more opportunities to express their feelings and thoughts, share their experiences, build relationships, work as a team, learn to respect each other, embrace diversity, explore the world and themselves, develop their confidence, have a go without the fear of failure, get inspired.

Theatre is the most magical way for all these to happen.

Would you like to be part of this journey?

 

Teleporteens

​Apart from the above, young people need to be heard. They need to feel appreciated. This is why a devising performance will be one of our main priorities. Exploring the real world by raising awareness for a social issue, a place of heritage, a historical event or a story that hasn’t been heard will be one of this group’s projects. Their concerns, their dreams, their fears, their interests, their passions will be mirrored on the team’s work. Making new friends and having their voices heard will help them feel included and develop their confidence and self-esteem.

Teleporters

This is a group for adults. It’s never late to enter the world of theatre, a parallel universe in which we can have a break from the stress and the automatisation of the world outside. Time to put everything back, be ourselves, discover the truth inside us, collaborate and share. Theatre is liberating. It’s purifying. It leads to catharses. Participants will experience all the games, activities and projects described above plus acting techniques and role approaches. The workshop will be run in English or Greek, depending on people’s demands.

 

Greek Teleporters

We teleport in Greek. What changes here is that we add another goal: to keep in contact with the cultural heritage & the Greek language and to instil in children the thirst for further exploration of their origins. Through theatre and amusing activities children come closer to the Greek language and culture, their tradition, their history, the Greek mythology, tales and songs. We want them to enrich their vocabulary and feel confident. We encourage them to speak in Greek, even if they make mistakes. One of the most effective teaching methods is “learning by doing”, by having fun and exploring.  How about joining our learning adventure?