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Cap-a-pie recently worked with an insect researcher to develop and deliver 'Vanishing Act', a theatre show. In this webinar they will share how they went about it, and the lessons they learned. Open to anyone interested in engaging young people through arts and creativity.

To create their show The Vanishing Act they are working with young people from Newcastle and insect scientist Dr Vivek Nityananda to highlight the importance of insects and why we should try to protect them. 

Take part in a free event designed for artists, teachers, scientists, researchers, youth and community workers, and anyone else interested in engaging young people through arts and creativity.

  • Hear how Cap-a-Pie are working with Dr Vivek Nityananda from Newcastle University to engage with young people to make our show. What worked and what we’d do differently in the future.
  • Learn from others including Samantha Tranter from North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty and Julie Ross from Natural History Society of Northumbria.
  • Share ideas and connect with others interested in working with young people on protecting insects.

Cap-a-pie is a theatre company dedicated to supporting learning and thinking through drama.

This webinar will take place 4-5.30pm on 12 July on Zoom.

Book your free place