English Through Theatre

Working Creatively, To Explore the English Language through Drama and the Performing Arts.

Learn Creatively

Working Creatively, To Explore the English Language through Drama and the Performing Arts. UKEDA’s purpose is to provide opportunities to explore creativity, self development, social skills and personal expression through drama training and production of the highest quality.

English-through-theatre school

English Language & Drama

English Through Theatre school

Learn English Through Drama

1 %
English Learning

Creativity

1 %
Stimulating

Students’ feedback

1 %
Self Development

What clients reported

Speaking

UKEDA English Speaking Theatre is designed to uncover the behind-the-scenes of professional English Speaking Theatre.

Education

UKEDA offers educational opportunities in English-speaking drama to participants or audiences in Europe.

Learning

UKEDA English Speaking Theatre offers schools and universities the opportunity to examine works and texts in detail.

Workshops

UKEDA presents theatre classes and workshops to schools and universities.

Sample Programme English Through Theatre

This sample programme is based on arrival on Sunday and departure on Saturday.

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
BreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfast

Drama Lessons

10:30-12:30

Drama Lessons

10:30-12:30

Drama Lessons

10:30-12:30

Drama Lessons

10:30-12:30

Drama Lessons

10:30-12:30

LunchLunchLunchLunchLunch
City SightseeingActivitiesSightseeingActivities
DinnerDinnerDinnerDinnerDinner
Family Night
BowlingFamily NightCinemaPub Night
*Please note that this is a sample program only, and it is for illustrative purposes only, the program will be designed upon your requests and any extras not included in the “UKEDA’s Basic Programme” need to be paid.

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The theatre breathes life into English and infuses students with a sense of drama. Unlike left-brained activities that have long dominated English Second Language (ESL) classrooms, creative right-brain involvement -- such as writing your own productions or going to the theatre -- encourage students to be creative. According to Patricia Guzman, a Chilean actress who speaks impeccable English, "The theatre is an emotional venue and it is a wonderful place to learn English. You want to understand what the actors are saying because you empathize with them, you get to know them as people. This encourages you to expand your English vocabulary." In-class theatre allows students to practice their English language skills in a non-threatening environment.