Free educational resources for primary students that celebrate an extraordinary Galway writer, Lady Gregory
Druid's Community & Education programme aims to deepen engagement with professional theatre within education and local community settings.
This award-winning programme is focused on inclusion and access to the arts, community togetherness, and artistic and cultural expression.
The programme is made possible by the support and partnership of Galway company Aerogen and The Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation.
During 2022 and 2023, the Community & Education programme will span all of Druid’s planned programming activities, renewing the engagement with communities and schools throughout Galway and the West, as well as on touring locations.
The programme will focus on encouraging creativity in schools through direct engagement and free educational resources, and increasing public engagement with the arts by making theatre more accessible.
Free educational resources for primary students that celebrate an extraordinary Galway writer, Lady Gregory.
Sean O'Casey's Dublin Trilogy: The Plough and the Stars, The Shadow of a Gunman and Juno and the Paycock.
Druid: 20 Days of Poetry (Coole Park Poetry Series)
One short poetry film every school day for twenty days, beginning on Poetry Day Ireland – Thursday 28 April 2022.
Once Upon a Bridge
Free access to the show recording as well as educational resources for secondary students to explore Sonya Kelly's acclaimed 2021 play
On the Outside
Free educational resources for post-primary students that celebrate an extraordinary Galway writer, Tom Murphy.
Free access to the show recordings of DruidSynge, the first ever staging of John Millington Synge’s entire theatrical canon.
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Druid's Community & Education Programme is supported by Aerogen and the Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation.