THE@TRICAL
​THEATRE

Want a glimpse backstage?

Yes, we bet you do.

​Well you won’t be disappointed. Our team are a pretty exciting bunch, even if they do say so themselves. So if you want to meet the individuals responsible for bringing drama, music, singing, dance and general creative pizazz to The@trical Theatre, or want to get involved yourself:

 “It is a happy talent to know how to play"

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Guess what? So do we.


Our team is highly experienced at creating personalised, all-encompassing packages for SEN environments. We know that every teacher has a different set of goals to achieve with their students, so our programmes are designed to be flexible, incorporating theatre skills, leisure activities, work-based learning and live performances. So if you are ready to bring a little more excitement to the school day:

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The@trical aims to bring all the drama of theatre to young people with learning difficulties


We are a pretty laid back bunch at The@trical. But if there is one thing that we are serious about, it’s play. Not play for play’s sake, but rather meaningful, relevant theatre productions for young people with learning difficulties. For us, bringing all the drama of the theatre to the SEN classroom is one of the most effective ways to reach out and engage students. 

We are proud to currently work with the following provisions:


  • QEII Jubilee School
  • College Park School
  • Swiss Cottage School
  • Jack Tizard School
  • Pioneer School
  • Kennet West Skills Centre
  • Action For Kids

​​So whether you’re a teacher or a parent, a theatre novice or a pro, we invite you to take a look around our website and discover what The@trical has to offer. And on that note, we’ll take our cue….!

Can’t wait? Then send us an email today! Better yet, forget all that new fangled technology and pick up the phone. Dial 07720295784 and ask for Claire. We’d love to hear from you. 

After all, there is plenty of research to suggest that dramatic arts are beneficial for those with special needs, and it‘s easy to see why. For starters, acting and dancing to music are simple, powerful ways to get young people moving. Add to that, The@trical encourages students to get involved with all aspects of the theatre, including prop & costume design, sound and front of house duties.