These teaching resources are focussed on our award-winning 2019 production of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts and Crosses, adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz. This pack is for students studying Drama and Performing Arts, and/or English, and can be used as a text to perform or a devising stimulus for KS3, GCSE, BTEC or A Level.
It contains comprehensive lesson plans, handouts, access to filmed scenes of the production, English learning resources, and includes the newly published playtext of the adaptation by the playwright Sabrina Mahfouz
Noughts and Crosses teaching pack £50 + VAT (including a hard copy of playtext by Sabrina Mahfouz)
Noughts & Crosses Pack Sample PDF
Noughts and Crosses playtexts by Sabrina Mahfouz:
£7.99 (published price £9.99)
All workshops are bespoke and tailored to the needs of your students, and can be scheduled pre- or post-performance at your school, college or university. To arrange a workshop, please email us directly: [email protected]
A practical drama session exploring the play, production, characters, and themes delivered by a Pilot artist. The workshop can be tailored to using Noughts & Crosses as a creative stimulus for devising, exploring Noughts and Crosses as a set-text, or examining social justice issues related to the play.
For state schools: 2 sessions or a full day: £275 + VAT
1 session (up to 2 hours): £200 + VAT
For private schools: 2 sessions or a full day: £375 + VAT
1 session (up to 2 hours): £300 + VAT
Artsmark and Arts Award
Pilot Theatre is an Artsmark partner and an Arts Award supporter. We can help schools and students in their creative learning activities, in tandem with Noughts and Crosses. Please email us directly [email protected]
Post-show discussions and talks
a 20-minute Q&A with cast members, immediately following the performance. These are scheduled to take place after designated performances at certain venues
FREE to ticket-holders
We can also facilitate specific conversations and talks with creative team members via remote video call, subject to availability £50+VAT [email protected]
A comprehensive teaching resource for both English and Drama around Crongton Knights, Alex’s Wheatle’s award winning novel, presented by Pilot in Spring 2020. Includes exclusive access to the webcast of Crongton Knights for use as many times as you wish over the academic year, fully resourced lesson plans for half a term teaching and other lessons focused specifically on the GCSE written exam, and for using Crongton Knights as a stimulus for the GCSE Devising Drama Component.
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