Eco Drama are delighted to be announced winners of the Glasgow City Council Environmental Initiative part of the 2016 Evening Times Streets Ahead Awards. We are really excited and proud to have our projects Out to Play and Uprooted recognized and to have been nominated alongside two fantastic initiatives – RSPB Love Nature ‘Giving Nature a Home’ project and re:ply Skateboards. The […]
We’ve had a busy few months touring Renfrewshire Primary Schools with The Worm – An Underground Adventure, The Worm Inspectors, and The Forgotten Orchard. To find out more, read our Autumn Newsletter available by clicking here!
Eco Drama will embark on an exciting new project in 2016-17 collaborating with Primary Schools in Renfrewshire. Eco Drama’s innovative Touring Programme will be delivered across the authority in up to 49 schools, reaching 14,000 pupils with quality creative learning experiences designed to inspire and nurture children and young people’s appreciation of our natural world. Funded by the […]
We are excited to announce that The Worm-An Underground Adventure has been invited back for a second year to be part of the Puppet Animation Festival 2016. The Festival will run from Saturday 19th March until Saturday 9th April. Held in venues across Scotland since 1984, it offers children and their families the opportunity to be transported […]
Excited to share Australian Designer Tanja Beer’s latest post about her experience of creating The Living Stage for Eco Drama‘s ‘Uprooted’ in Glasgow in 2015. We created a travelling garden with and for children that could brighten up Glasgow’s concrete playgrounds; fusing live performance with a stage of living plants. “Despite the dreary Glaswegian weather, […]