Out of This World


Be your own Director. Make your own decisions. Go behind the scenes in real-time…

Aimed at GCSE, A Level, BTEC, National Certificate & Higher students studying for qualifications such as Dance, Drama & Theatre, Performing Arts, Theatre Technology & Stage Management and Acting & Theatre Performance, this FREE resource for Out Of This World could be used as part of group study, or by an individual.

The pack is specially designed so that you can follow the creative process in ‘real time’ via monthly downloadable chapters from November 2016 – March 2017, culminating with a final version and bonus chapter available from April 2017.

We invite teachers to signpost this opportunity to students take part each month or to explore theses resources under their own steam.

Download chapters  here

Through video diaries, interviews and written text, you and your students will ‘meet’ the performers, creative and production team behind Out Of This World. Follow the highs and lows, opportunities and challenges for Out Of This World from initial idea to fully finished touring production. This pack will be an invaluable learning opportunity for anyone with a passion for creativity.

Sign-up to register for a reminder so you don’t miss out on creative, research & discussion tasks spanning physical theatre, performance, directing, designing and producing as they happen!

Out of This World Company Led Workshops

For dance, theatre and performing arts students, suitable for all abilities and ages 14+.

Up to 2-hours £250 + VAT

Workshops will create a highly stimulating, provocative and mischievous environment and act as a catalyst for the participants’ own artistic expression.

Based on the often-asked question, “Where do you get your ideas from?”, Stage 1 of the workshop will include a physical warm-up and creative tasks aimed at supporting ideas generation. Drawing upon examples and case studies from Mark Murphy’s work, and other devisers and producers in theatre, film and literature, this section also touches on elements of structure and story design.

Stage 2 of the workshop involves putting theory into practice, understanding the value constructive appraisal within a creative process. Group work and sharing of ‘work in progress’ alongside guided group critique will enable participants to view one another’s contributions through a more liberating lens, enabling positive revision and development of their work. Time permitting the workshop will end with a Q&A session.

Limited availability. For more information, or to book a workshop please contact