Our Education projects provide opportunities for teachers and young people from Primary Schools through to Higher Education to ensure all young people can create, learn and experience theatre.
On this page you can find information about the opportunities we offer at all key stage levels.
We are committed to ensuring the Lyric is accessible for all young people. Our building is fully accessible and our relaxed performances accommodate student’s needs. For more information on this, please click here.
For further information or questions about any of our education work, please contact: email@example.com
The Lyric offers a discounted schools rate for all Main House shows, which is available to all schools, colleges and universities.
We offer tickets at £15 per student with one free teacher ticket for every ten students and two free teacher tickets for SEND schools. This offer is available for all performances Monday – Wednesday during the main run of the show (subject to availability).
For state schools in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham we offer free tickets to our annual Panto. For all other schools please check the Panto show page to see the schedule for our dedicated school performances.
For more information and to book your school tickets please call the Box Office on 020 8741 6850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops for schools
We offer extensive opportunities for primary schools in our home borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and across West London. Information is sent directly to LBHF schools as these opportunities become available. If you are a Primary teacher within H&F, and wish to know more, email email@example.com.
We offer in person workshops around our Main House shows to enhance your students’ knowledge and understanding. We have run sessions to enhance the students understanding of a production’s design and focused sessions towards the GCSE’s Drama ‘Live Theatre Review’. These workshops can be delivered by our resident Assistant Director, a member of the creative team or a specialist practitioner.
We advertise these workshops via our free Teacher’s Network. To join this network please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secondary school education packs
Aimed at GCSE and A-level students of Drama, Theatre Studies and English, our education packs are produced for select shows across the season. These are available to download below:
- A Dolls House Education Pack (2019)
- The Plough and the Stars Education Pack (2018)
- The Seagull Education Pack (2017)
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream Education Pack (2016)
Work experience & placements
We provide work experience for year 10 students who study within the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. We accept up to ten students a year and program a series of master classes with our core staff team which covers all aspects of work within a theatre including producing, communications, finance, commercial services, facilitation and technical theatre. Please contact email@example.com to request an application form.
Our work experience placements for 2021 are currently on hold.
If you are interested in a career in the theatre please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Clearly state which department you would like to join, include a short message to that team and attach your CV.
The Lyric is open to working in partnership with London based Higher Education institutions. If you would like to explore working with us, please email email@example.com.
Our current collaborations are listed below:
LSBU MA Creative Performance Practice
The Lyric work in partnership with London South Bank University to deliver two key modules: ‘Directing’ and ‘Working with Communities’.
This residency examines the directing process by inviting students to develop applied directing practice within an intensive studio/laboratory context. Tutors for this module are professional directors and will engage you in a range of approaches, styles and methods to directing. This residency culminates in a showcase at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre.
Working with Communities
This residency examines the process of working with communities to develop creative theatre projects in ‘real life’ scenarios. This module sees the students work intensively with industry professionals over a two-week period, covering different aspects of project development and delivery – including the issues, challenges and opportunities working with communities presents. The project culminates in a presentation plus the opportunity to join a facilitation team as an assistant on one of our Young People’s programmes in August. For more information, please contact Elena Marchevska: firstname.lastname@example.org