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OUR PRODUCTIONS

 

In the words of the great bard 'All the worlds a stage' so with our help we can transform your hall, gym or even playing field into a world of pure imagination!

Live theatre is great way to engage, educate and inspire children of all ages. It provides a totally unique and memorable learning experience which fuels their imagination and creativity. 

Watching a live performance is not only great fun for children but it can help improve their focus and listening skills.

 

Our productions are suitable for all primary ages and are guaranteed to keep your students, entertained and engaged with plenty of opportunities for them to join in.  

"Our motto at Trebah is excellence is all that we do" this was definitely attained by Big Bubble and we have no hesitation in recommending them."

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PANTOMIMES

Our pantomimes are a fun-packed combination of memorable character's, audience participation and plenty of laughter. All shows run for 60 minutes, which fits perfectly into your school day and is suitable for all primary ages. 

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“It was a super production which had a big impact on the pupils. The interaction and comedy was great”

         

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OPEN-AIR THEATRE

 From traditional tales to Shakespeare for Kids, we give our young audiences the chance to watch theatre 'Al fresco' in a COVID safe way. Our summer shows can also be performed inside if you don't have the facilities or the weather decides otherwise!

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"This was a quality performance and superb acting. Not much room for improvement!"

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We are passionate about high-lighting important messages, using the power of performance. We cover many important issues from environmental to anti-bullying. All of our shows are fun and factual and completely interactive.

 

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"The show was great, very entertaining and getting a vast amount of information across at the same time.  I know all the children got involved and were motivated to reduce, reuse and recycle; I could hear them singing the song down the corridor long after the show."