Workshop roadmap

As of Monday 12th April, government guidance is that schools can now resume day trips[1], and we are delighted to announce that we can now resume our live, in-person workshops as part of our outreach programme.

(it feels very odd to refer to workshops as being “live” and “in-person”, but these are very odd times!)

Outreach drama workshops

While theatres remain closed, our West End workshops aren’t allowed, but Theatre Workout Outreach workshops take place in your school to support your curriculum and student’s creative learning.

Theatre Workout’s multi-award-winning West End workshops can resume from 17th May 2021[2], although with a limited capacity of 20 students per studio to maintain social distancing. The government’s launch of phase 3 of their roadmap will allow theatres to reopen with up to 1000 audience members, or 50% capacity, and we are delighted that many shows are planning to reopen by the end of May.

Finally, from 21st June 2021, with the expected launch of phase 4 of the government’s roadmap,

West End Workshops

we should finally be able to resume all our workshop programmes as they should be, full of practical, participatory exercises which challenge and inspire creativity.

All of our workshops can be tailored to compliment your curriculum and support teachers and students in the summer term, and we are delighted to see so many schools starting to make tentative enquiries to run theatre trips before the end of the summer term.


The following is taken from the website regarding school trips: [1] In line with the roadmap, schools can resume educational day visits from 12 April.