Roundabout Schools performances

Roundabout is a pop-up performance venue that is coming to Doncaster Market Place from Friday 1 – Sunday 3 October. It’s a venue for new writing, local talent and community events. Capacity in Roundabout is approx. 160 people.

What’s on at Roundabout for schools?

  • Really Big and Really Loud – Friday 1 October, 10am.
    A play for young people (KS1 / KS2) by award-winning writer Phoebe Eclair-Powel.
    It’s a story about losing your voice and going on a big adventure to find it again. It features a 10-year old girl called Charli, a rageful rhino, a very helpful fly called Stephen and some really good songs about chips.
    Tickets are £4 per child, teachers come free.
  • May Queen – Friday 1 October, 1pm.
    Suitable for year 10+. Sixteen-year-old Leigh has been chosen as May Queen, she’s buzzing, as is the rest of the city. The cider is flowing and St George’s flag is flying – but an encounter during the day’s festivities will soon change everything. As the year moves on, Leigh must face up to the events of that hot May Day, and dig deep within herself to ask – how did she get here? Contains themes of consent, sex & assault, strong language, drug & alcohol references and usage.
    Tickets are £6 per student, teachers come free.

Any wrap-around activity?
There’s lots of different activities to do pre and post show, from digital and in person workshops to classroom activities. Find out more about wrap-around activity at Roundabout by visiting Cast’s website.

What about Covid-19 Safety?
Roundabout will be deep cleaned after every single performance, and all staff have had full Covid safety briefings. Things like temperature checks may be in place. Full information about Covid safety will be sent to you prior to your visit, so you’ll know exactly what to expect.

How to book your tickets
Email hello@castindoncaster.com or call 01302 303 959, Monday Friday 10am – 1pm.
A small deposit may be required on booking – full amount isn’t required until September.

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