We are very excited to launch our new season for 2014/15.
The season includes some of our most popular performances plus a brand new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Full details of our next tour can be found in On Tour via our website. The performances will be on tour to [...]
Box Clever’s Urban Mischief writing project came to an exciting conclusion with a festival appearance and a tour of eight schools across the South East of England.
In 2013 Box Clever embarked on an ambitious project to write a piece of new contemporary theatre in collaboration with a group of young people from seven schools [...]
We have completed another impressive tour of their original Shakespeare performances and workshops to 8772 students in spring 2014. Our Shakespeare to Schools company delivered a total of 73 performances in schools across England, bringing Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth to life to young people.
Box Clever are delighted to announce the initiation of new project to work creatively with young drivers and passengers in secondary schools in West Sussex. The Company successfully won a tender to work with older students to highlight the dangers of driving and the responsibility of passengers.
Sue Murdoch, Operations Development Officer from Sussex Safer [...]
Box Clever is delighted to announce the latest addition to our team. Gabi Dudas has joined the company this May to strengthen our relationships with schools and local authorities.
Artistic Director, Michael Wicherek, says: “We pride ourselves on the strong relationships we have developed with schools and local authorities across the country. Maintaining these [...]
Box Clever continues its relationship with Oxford High by returning to the school in October 2014 to develop the company’s new production of A Christmas Carol.
In 2013 Box Clever created their highly successful theatre production of Romeo & Juliet in partnership with Oxford High. During the residency, students from the school were given access [...]
The Urban Mischief Project enters its final stage with the performance of a new play written in collaboration with young people from seven secondary schools across the South East of England and London.
Urban Mischief charts the life of Kai, a 16-year-old, who is beginning to realise that life is getting more serious. The young [...]
As we approach the end of the first phase of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation funded tour of Lincolnshire schools in 2014, we are delighted to report a very successful tour. The performances of Introduction to Shakespeare and Macbeth were watched by a total of 3429 students across secondary schools in the area.
The evaluation report [...]
We are getting set for a mini-theatre tour of Romeo & Juliet in March. The production, which was developed at the Unicorn Theatre last May, will head to Poole, Brighton, Louth and Lincoln. With the cast and crew eagerly anticipating the warm welcome we are sure we will receive at the venue, you can check [...]
In an interesting extension to our work with young people, we were approached by Wigan Council to produce a piece of street theatre that promoted road safety to older citizens.
We attracted quite a lot of attention, and nearly 1,000 people watched the performances by Matthew Rutherford and Liv Spencer. The project used the music [...]