Coronavirus Update

6th - 12th July 2020. Coronavirus update.

We hope you are keeping well under these exceptional circumstances.

2019/20 Bookings

We have made the decision not to deliver any sessions for the remainder of this academic year.

In the short term we will be concentrating on providing online support for pupils, teachers and schools (see the information on our free access below) whilst the schools are closed.

We have now emailed all customers that had a booking between 23rd March and the end of the summer term. If you haven't heard anything please check your spam/junk folders and email info@loudmouth.co.uk if you haven't received our message.

We have made all of our lesson plans free for the time-being. Follow this link for details on how to access:  How to access our lesson plans for free


2020/21 Bookings

We have taken the difficult decision not to deliver our usual face to face, live sessions between September and December as schools will be under social distancing measures and find accommodating external visitors difficult.

During November and December we will be offering our newly developed LIVE online sessions of several of our programmes. These sessions will be run live via video link by our actor-facilitators and include filmed drama (adapted from the original scripts), live hotseating and facilitated workshop discussion.

We are hoping to be back running live sessions from January 2021 (if not before) and are taking bookings for our live online theatre in education sessions in November and December and our live face to face sessions from January 2021.

We are in the process of contacting all venues that had a booking or provisional booking between September and December so please look out for our email.

Do let us know if we can support in any other way.

You can contact us via info@loudmouth.co.uk if you have any queries.

Many thanks for your continued patience and understanding.

The Loudmouth Team



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