EVERYDAY MIRACLES

Welcome to Everyday Miracles, a course of online content focusing on theatre-making and general wellbeing. See below for videos, audio and text to help you develop new skills and learn from GSC professionals.

THE RESOURCE BOOK

You can download all home tasks as part of the Everyday Miracles Resources Book.

You can find links to the original version of the Ugly Duckling story below.

Video / Text / Audio

MONDAYS: THEATRE-MAKING VIDEOS

Led by Ant Stones, GSC’s Associate Playwright, the sessions open up the process of writing Tales of Hans Christian Andersen. The weekly tasks will provide you with everything you need to write your own version of The Ugly Duckling.

Sessions

Week 1: Video / Audio / Text

Week 2: Video Audio / Text

Week 3: Video / Audio / Text

Week 4: Video / Audio / Text

Week 5: Video / Audio / Text

Week 6: Video / Audio / Text 

Home Exercise Worksheets

Week 1: Download

Week 2: Download

Week 3: Download

Week 4: Download

Week 5: Download

Week 6: Download 

WEDNESDAYS: WELLBEING VIDEOS

Led by Louise Best, licensed dramatherapist and GSC actor/facilitator, the sessions offer interactive exercises to improve mental health. Further exercises are provided for use at home.

Sessions

Week 1:  Video / Audio / Text

Week 2: VideoAudio / Text

Week 3: VideoAudio / Text

Week 4: VideoAudio / Text

Week 5: VideoAudio / Text

Week 6: VideoAudio / Text

Home Exercises

Week 1: Download

Week 2: Download

Week 3: Download

Week 4: Download

Week 5: Download

Week 6: Download

FRIDAYS: LIVE CHATS WITH GSC PROFESSIONALS

Hosted by Francesca McInally, GSC's Education Manager, with special-guests. These online meetings provided various insights into theatre-making.

Click on the week below to watch a recording of the Live Chat.

Week 1: Actor Imran Momen.

Week 2: Actor Lucy Pearson. 

Week 3: Actor & GSC Co-founder Matt Pinches. 

Week 4: Actor& GSC Co-founder Sarah Gobran. 

Week 5: Playwright Ant Stones. 

Week 6: Dramatherapist Louise Best. 

Please note: These sessions are suggested activities to support your overall wellbeing and are not intended to replace professional therapeutic help. Please look after your own welfare and the welfare of any children in your care when following the videos.

If you require more intensive support please contact us and we can post you to relevant services.

HOW TO SUPPORT US

If you would like to support us, please consider donating to Brave New World, our outreach programme. For more details, please contact us or call 01483 301590.

SUPPORTERS

Everyday Miracles is supported by The Community Foundation for Surrey and Arts Council England.

 

 

 

 

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