First Cut Theatre Company

Since its formation in 1996, First Cut Theatre Company has acquired a strong reputation for devising characters who create magical worlds around them. Performances lead naturally to exciting workshops for audiences of every age group.

Our current project is Mudworld:

Some comments from teachers:

'vibrant, original, mesmeric'
'Absolutely brilliant - both myself and the children thoroughly enjoyed it.'
'Through enjoyment the children havesubconsciously learned so much.'

THE WORD CATCHER: shows children how to enjoy poetry! (Key Stage 2 recommended)

A play for children 8 years and over which explores fun with words and poetry

People are so careless with words! To the Wordcatcher all words are treasure, so every carelessly discarded word is sorted out to be recycled ino poetry. Some are cooperative but today's unusually lively lot present the Wordcatcher with his most difficult challenge ever...

THE TRAFFIC MASTER: a wilder than usual look at environmental problems. Ages 6-9

Traffic Master has a problem. His home town is disappearing under a smog of exhaust fumes, the children are sickly and the 'metal mules' are outnumbering the people. What ideas can the schoolchildren of Frome come up with to help?

"inspirational and educational..."

Devised for Traffic Awareness week, Summer 1997

Available for booking

TIDELINES: an exploration of dilemmas around identity and culture. For adolescents and personal development groups

Supported by the national lottery through the Arts Council of England

On the shorelines of a distant place a lonely girl turns to the sea for company. Questions that have troubled her all her life become urgent as confrontations reach crisis, until the mystical intervention of a stranger leads her to a new understanding. She finds the truth is more extraordinary than she ever dreamed...

"Did you see her?" - out till all hours."
"She's strange. And the mother's got no control"
"doesn't listen to a word she says"
'"Strange, they're both strange..."

Tidelines combines the timeless magic of story-telling with the visual impact of physical theatre. Myths of the fabulous silkies are mingled with the powerful story of an adolescent's quest for identity in this extraordinary new production which is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

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