Hello, Please find below the necessary information about the upcoming premieres. I have tried to keep everything as precise as possible but please do ask questions if I’ve missed anything. We have a limited amount of tickets available for the … Continue reading
I frequently get parents coming to me for advance. Recently a friend of mine approached me; very stressed and flustered as her son had been spotted and offered a role in an opera the coming weekend. She was worried as … Continue reading
Through running Sense Theatre for the past three years, I have been in the privileged position of visiting many primary schools in both my local area and further afield and have been lucky enough to see them operate on a … Continue reading
So your child has been accepted onto a top children’s agency? Great news! Now take a moment to step back and look at how you know that it is a top agency. Is it because they have told you so? … Continue reading
We had a very exciting email waiting for us this morning! Sense Theatre has been shortlisted for The Toast of Surrey Business Awards in the Creative Industries category. This is fantastic news and we are extremely excited to have been … Continue reading
Christmas is always a funny time of year for theatre. Not only does every theatre in every town suddenly host a pantomime starring yet another C list celebrity but the rest of the theatre scene tends to calm down a … Continue reading
Local theatre company Sense Theatre has been awarded funding from Farnham Maltings Theatre and Waverley Borough Council to research and develop a new theatre piece on the subject of cyber bullying. Director Lauren Prentice explains; ‘I’ve wanted to create a … Continue reading
The Daily Mail printed a story by Jennifer Smith on the 27th of October 2013 about a Father removing both of his children from their school as his younger daughter was told that she was not allowed to wear her … Continue reading
Each weekend a group of 5 ordinary ladies from across London and the South East shed their sensible shoes and lose their handbags to transform into Princesses to entertain at Sense Theatre’s parties. Lauren, Becky, Bethany, Caroline and Jade all … Continue reading
Just wanted to say a belated thanks for the party. Helena was fab and really engaged the children.
The Lego team games were the absolute highlight – as they really made the party different and reflected Oliver and Alexander’s interest.