Hoglets offers cross-curriculum workshops and performances for EYSF, KS1 and KS2

Hoglets Theatre writes, produces and tours intimate, energetic and accessible theatre designed specifically for early-years and primary aged children.

We also run engaging, exciting and imagination-fuelling drama workshops – which can be paired with a performance or run standalone.

Performances and workshops include:

  • Physical theatre
  • Storytelling
  • Puppetry and puppet making
  • Craft and artistic expression
  • Live music and original songs
  • Group interaction

We take children (and their teachers) on engaging adventures, underpinned with important themes of personal development, creativity and self-expression.

Workshops and performances can be tailored to current curriculum themes or created entirely bespoke.

Operation Space Search - Lara Stafford and Gemma Sharp


Example workshops include:

  • Create and perform your own story
  • Animals and exploration
  • Shadow puppets
  • Shakespeare for Little Ones
  • Space and physics
  • Seasonal story experiences
  • ...or we create bespoke workshops just for you!

    Get in touch to discuss your requirements!

Plays and performances

You can book Hoglets plays for your school, group or festival.

Available plays include:

  • A Midsummer Night's Mischief - a raucous new take on the classic Shakespeare
  • Fairietold - a retelling of classic fairytales from the villains side
  • Seastorm in a Teacup - a fantastical tale of loneliness and friendship, with mermaids, hot air balloons and fearsome sea-kings
  • The Sleep Pirates - adventure and magic aboard a flying galleon
...or we can create original performances just for you!

Get in touch to discuss your requirements!

We've worked with...

“Hoglets have worked with Explore York Libraries and Archives for 2 years. They have done workshops and performances for us, which have been really well received and brought a different dimension to the events that we have offered."

Frances Postlethwaite
Children and Young People’s Librarian at York Explore