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Schedule for the Day

Schedule for the Day

Please note - some of you will have bespoke packages depending on your requests and our availability. Your unique schedule will have been emailed to you along with your contract.

PRIMARY SCHOOLS – Available Tuesday - Friday
Morning performance

  • 09.45 – Arrive at The Dylan Thomas Theatre
  • 10.00 – Watch 'The White Feather'
  • 11.00 – Meet the Cast
  • 11.30 – Lunch (please bring a packed lunch)
  • 12.15 – Split into two groups, one group walks over to Swansea Museum and the other walks to The National Waterfront Museum. Groups then swap over. Each museum workshop can hold a maximum of 45 children so please be prepared to split your group in two.
  • 14.30 – Bus Pick-up point outside Swansea Museum

Afternoon performance

  • 09.45 - Arrive at Swansea Museum. Split into two groups, one group walks over to Swansea Museum and the other walks to The National Waterfront Museum. Groups then swap over. Each museum workshop can hold a maximum of 45 children so please be prepared to split your group in two.
  • 12.15 – Lunch (please bring a packed lunch)
  • 12.50 – Walk over to The Dylan Thomas Theatre to watch 'The White Feather'
  • 14.00 – Meet the Cast
  • 14.30 – Bus Pick-up point outside Swansea Museum

SECONDARY SCHOOLS– Available on Mondays

Either come to the show and Q&A at 10am or 1pm or make a whole day of it:

  • Performance of the play ‘The White Feather’ at The Dylan Thomas Theatre (1 hour)
  • A Q&A with the Cast (20 mins)
  • Free research workshop at West Glamorgan Archive Service
  • Time to look around The National Waterfront Museum
  • Free online resources linked to the themes of the show

The session at the Archives will help students commemorate the centenary of the First World War. Students will explore the important role that women played in the conflict as munitions workers, nurses and Land Girls. Attention will also be given to the moving story of local conscientious objectors. These men refused to fight in the War because of their religious and political beliefs. The session will also look at the suffrage movement in south Wales with particular attention to local suffragettes and suffragists. Students will have the opportunity to carry out their own research using a variety of original documents.

Please note - If you are a Secondary School and wish to view the production but can't attend on Mondays, then please call Theatr na nÓg on 01639 641771 to discuss options.

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