Welcome to Mud Pie Arts
We deliver topic based drama workshops to enhance the primary curriculum, under fives story sessions and teacher inset training days.
Every year we tour a low tech, high involvement performance to school halls and festivals.
HERE'S TO A NEW SCHOOL YEAR!
We have been having lots of fun this summer, performing at Deershed Festival, The Yorkshire Free Fringe and York Explore libraries.
Jenna had a fizzwhizzing time as assistant director on York Theatre Royal's Youth Theatre main house show: Roald Dahl's 'The Witches.' It went down a storm with all ages.
We celebrated The Big Read at Manchester Central Library by taking children on 'The Big Friendly Hunt' around the fabulous building. 'Miss Print and Miss Rule' met some truly Dahlicious children!
2016 pre-school sessions continue - come and join in the fun!
NEW SESSION: 'STORY PLAY'
Derwenthorpe Super Sustainable Centre, Osbaldwick.
First Monday of the month 10-11.00am.
£2 per child
'JUMP INTO A STORY' Tang Hall Explore Library Thursdays 1.30-2.20pm,
Beginning 22nd September
£2 per child.
Join us for story fun and book swapping.
'STORYMAKERS' at York Theatre Royal.
10.15 - 11.30am
We're back on Wednesdays from 21st September
£5 for craft and story play. Meet in the fabulous new theatre cafe.
We have another busy term of school bookings and nursery visits.
Thank you to York St. John University for inviting us back as visiting lecturers. We will be steering Year 2 Drama, Education and Community students through their T.I.E project with Park Grove primary school.
Please send us an email via the contact page if you would like us to visit you.
Jenna and Nicolette
Follow us on Twitter @Mudpiearts
Riverside school's review of 'All Things Weird and Wonderful' 2014:
Mrs Morris: ''Very, very clever … entertaining, educational, interactive, funny, serious … an All-Join-In-Adventure indeed! The whole show was beautifully crafted with a clear structure and purpose which allowed the artists to respond to any and every suggestion and then take the stories in whatever direction the children wanted. The artists’ management of the audience was faultless … lots of potential for over-excitement with a show like this, but the balance between joining in energetically and looking and listening attentively was perfect. Well done Mud Pie Arts and thank you from Year 7 at Riverside Special School, Goole!''