AliCaT teamed up with Backwell Playhouse to join in the celebrations of the 90th Anniversary of the village playing fields belonging to the community.
Well done to the AliCaT’s for pulling a great crowd when they sang their hearts out, showing off our forthcoming production of ‘The Keymaster’
A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY…
Saturday June 8th 2019 @ 11.30am – 4.00pm
Backwell Playhouse and AliCaT Children and Theatre are very excited to be involved in this summers event at Backwell playing fields. A charity event celebrating it’s the 90th Anniversary…Please come along and support this wonderful event!! ALL FAMILIES WELCOME
“Oh no! Not another supply teacher!” say the children. But their lesson is far from boring, as their history teacher transforms into the quirky Keymaster and takes them on a colourful journey through time. When they finally get the key to the future, they are alarmed. They see for themselves that today is tomorrow’s history, and realise that things need to change!
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So apparently there ARE MONSTERS in the attic! Whilst clearing out the attic for the leaking roof to be fixed we came across these fabulous monster heads. Who knew they were living there?
Foundation Production – The Litter Muncher – March 2019
The Litter Muncher Production Photographs now available to view from our shop page. Please click the link and have a browse!
Best wishes Ali x
It’s been an extraordinary weekend of shows for the Foundation classes and what amazing performances they gave. Thank you to all who came to support the children and sharing your lovely feedback! A huge personal thank you also to my fabulous team who make this theatre experience the best!!
Drawing courtesy of Freddie, one fabulous ‘Litter Muncher’!
Final stages of the set… a very busy weekend of preparations. The ‘flagstones’ are designed to help children with spatial awareness.
Please support this complete theatre experience for children. Our job as educators is to teach and nurture life skills that will give children the tools to succeed in life…Tickets still available! Contact us!
Congratulations to this very talented young lady. First prize again in her fencing competition in Scotland this weekend…
We are all very proud of her achievements!
Senior AliCaT Children and Theatre
When you end up taking your work home with you… Transitions are very important when telling a story, and these masks are a great way of providing movement and atmosphere when learning about Ancient Greek theatre!
Stage 4 of set preparations for the forthcoming production of ‘The Litter Muncher’…Our weekend!! Very excited for the children to see the next stage!
Thank you to all the lovely children and families who have made Terms 1 and 2 at AliCaT a fun place to be. We have built some wonderful relationships and we’re very excited for the year ahead! Enjoy the break everyone and see you all soon…Ali and Susie x Semester 2 (Terms 3 and 4) begins week commencing January 7th 2019.
The Blue Bottle set for the Junior casts of 2018…Designed by Shaun Batt, assisted by Ali of AliCaT Children and Theatre…
The children have been very busy creating wonderful story corners with the exciting resources we have found hidden in our theatre! We’ve created a spiders web, had a picnic on the moon and even gone on a ghost hunt!…Take a look!
“Scaredy-Cat, Splat!” by Rob Scotton (bestselling author of SPLAT THE CAT, LOVE SPLAT, AND MERRY CHRISTMAS, SPLAT!)
It’s Halloween and Splat is determined to be the scariest cat in the class. Unfortunately he’s just too much of a scaredy-cat. He’s afraid of a little spider, and everyone says his costume looks more silly than scary. But when the lights go back on after a ghost story in the dark, the entire class is scared silly by a small, black, furry creature with a big pumpkin head…who can it be?
Pre School Story time!
Our story this week was ‘Monkey Puzzle’ by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler. The children helped AliCaT create a jungle themed story corner. We even found lots of fruit for all the animals to eat…
Welcome back to AliCaT. I hope you have all had a wonderful summer break full of fun and activities. Our new term starts on Monday 10th September 2018. During the break, I have been researching and planning all the projects we will be working on this year. I am excited to start. I hope this year is full of creativity, fun, laughter and lots of learning and developing. That includes me!
Look forward to seeing you all very soon…Best wishes Ali x