Schools and Teachers

Find out how to get involved as a school, or how Capital Theatres works with teachers to develop their practice as artists and educators.

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Bringing a School

All the practical information you need for bringing a school group, from schools resources, bespoke tours and rates.

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James IV: Queen of the Fight

Teachers Open Rehearsal

A CPD opportunity for teachers to observe the professional rehearsal process of an exciting new piece of Scottish theatre.  Limited places available.  Email to book.

Schools Workshop

Led by Associate Director Jaïrus Obayomi, this pre-show workshop is the perfect opportunity for secondary pupils studying English or Drama (Nat 5+) to learn about the production elements involved in the making of this exciting new piece of Scottish theatre.  Limited places available.  Email to book.

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Les Ballets Trockadero

Open Rehearsal

Come behind the scenes and see how a dance performance comes together.  Step into the auditorium to watch behind the scenes as the 16 dancers and rehearsal staff of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo prepare for a performance. Daily class and rehearsals are a necessity for every dancer and lead to the dazzling displays of musicality and virtuosity. Get an insider view in this on-stage rehearsal and ask questions to the rehearsal team.

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Dying Swan Family Workshop

Join the world’s foremost all-male comic ballet company to learn their signature solo, the Dying Swan – with the opportunity to put your own spin on this humorous classic! Families will enjoy a short dance warm-up and learn steps from the Dying Swan solo famously performed by ballerina Anna Pavlova and given a comic twist by Les Ballets Trocadero de Monte Carlo. This workshop is suitable for families - all ages and levels of dance experience. Please wear comfortable clothing. Be ready to move and have fun!  

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Online Make-up workshop

This Virtual Make-up Workshop illustrates how the Trocks transform from dancer to diva. Participants join a company dancer in their virtual dressing room to see their makeup routine for a typical performance. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions to learn more about what it takes to get ready for a show and about the dancer’s journey to becoming a member of the Trockadero.

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If you're a teacher and would like to connect with our Creative Engagement department, please email