Well Done Junior Summer School!

What a fantastic week at Junior Summer School 2016! Learning Latin in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, creating strong imagery and making new friends were just a few things we got up to. Students said: “I love drama, I really enjoy pretending to be other...
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Summer Schools!

Youth Theatre performed an amazing act 5 in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at this year’s Shakespeare Festival.  It was a truly outstanding performance.  The following week, they celebrated with a party and gave out achievement certificates to a selection of...
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Shakespeare Festival 2016

This Year’s festival was a tremendous success, with around 2500 children and around 30 schools taking part in May, June and July. We are looking forward to expanding the festival next year and reaching even more children.  Highlights will be available on the...
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Carnival Presents… Humanity

On 13th May, 2016, Open Minds Theatre Company’s Humanity.events project, under the banner of Rotherham Carnival, raised nearly £700 plus tons of donations of clothes and resources for refugees in Lesvos and Calais.  The event was supported by a number of other...
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Apparitions manifest themselves at Springwell School

Pupils at Springwell Leaning Community have enjoyed exploring Macbeth with Simon and Open Minds Theatre Company....
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Using Drama to improve Writing

An article from Sheffield South East Learning Partnership...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Junior & Senior Youth Theatre are getting ready to perform act 5 of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. We’ll be performing at Magna on Friday 24th June 2016 and some of the students are getting really excited! “I...
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Open Minds Theatre Company (OMTC), since being founded in 2003 by Steve Rogers and Katherine Fletcher, has developed into a significant arts organisation delivering workshops, performance and arts projects across a wide variety of art forms.

We are passionate about the transformative power of the arts and are firmly committed to the impact that the arts can have upon the regeneration of the region. Whilst OMTC is firmly embedded in the Rotherham community, we work, predominantly, throughout the North of England

We work in the community to assist in the developing and equipping of people to lead effective and fulfilled lives by improving their confidence, self-esteem, understanding of others and themselves, communication skills and self-discipline through their exposure to, and involvement in, the arts.

We also work with different groups of disadvantaged people in the community and we are committed to using performance drama and other art forms as a means of opening peoples’ minds and combating bigotry and prejudice.

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