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Henry I

1st-5th August 2022 - 10am-4pm
Venues: Monday-Thursday at Abbey School, Christchurch Road, Reading. Friday performance at the Minghella Theatre, Reading University Campus.

Venue Info

Cost: £150 (10% off for additional siblings) + Optional Lunch @ £12.50

If you are making a booking through the Holiday Activities and Food scheme (HAF) – Brighter Futures For Children, click the button below to book your places.

For students aged 14+.

A condensed version of RABBLE’s award-winning Henry I performed by the young people of Reading. Join RABBLE’s professional team to create this play in a week.

The 5-day course costs £150, with a 10% discount for each additional sibling at £135 each. Plus, for an extra £12.50, you can choose to include lunch with your booking which will include 2 packed lunches, 2 hot lunches and one barbecue.

Daily workshop/rehearsal times: 10am-4pm

Friday performance: 7:30pm-8:30pm

RABBLE ACCESS FUND

Want to get involved but don't have the funds?

If you are thinking I’d love to experience that, but you need help with some or all of the fees, then why not apply to the RABBLE Access Fund? The aim of the Access Fund is to make sure that everyone can access our work. You may want to send your child to our Saturday School, or you yourself might fancy a term of Get Up On Stage. Perhaps you want your community group or school to come to a production. Whatever it is, you can apply to us and we’ll see if we can help. You can apply for 50% of 100% of the cost of your ticket(s)/fees.

To apply, either send us a video or write us an email, explaining who you are, why you want to attend and a little about your situation. Don’t worry, all your information is completely confidential and the benefactors are never revealed (unless they really want to be).

If you are interested in applying to the fund for all or part of your fees, please state so on your enrolment form. There is no cash equivalent.

“My entire education – school, a year abroad, university and drama school – was funded through bursaries, so it feels pretty amazing to now be involved in a charity that’s enabling others to gain skills and get more involved with the community.” Toby Davies, RABBLE Theatre’s Artistic Director