Creativity and Wellbeing week at London Bubble

Includes a beginners guide to Speech Bubbles for primary children, and creativity and emotional wellbeing with young people conference

Date: 22/05/2024 – 22/05/2024


A message from London Bubble:

How can theatre look after
its wellbeing as well as the wellbeing of those who make and participate in
making theatre?

Join us as we celebrate Creativity & Wellbeing week with a series
of events, performances and conversations. You’re welcome to join us for as
much of the week as you would like to.
Events are free but we
have limited places so please do

and Wellbeing week

Dates: 7-13 June 2015
Venue: London
Bubble Theatre
, 5
Elephant Lane, SE16 4JD

7 June: Hopelessly De-voted: performance
5pm and 6.30pm
A performance about people & politics. About the electoral system. About
our nation’s love-hate relationship with voting. Back after a successful run. Book your tickets.

June: A gathering of Creative Homes
: our work with elders
– 4.30pm

Artists and Participants
from London Bubble’s programme of work with older theatre makers gather to
share performance and exercises. Poems, table theatre, songs and scenes plus a
conversation about the development of the Creative Homes programme. 

June: A beginners guide to Speech Bubbles
: our
work with KS1 children
4.30pm – 6pm

A lively afternoon of Speech Bubbles activities and stories, led by Adam Annand
(Associate Director, Creative Learning) and aimed at anybody* interested in
finding out more about this award winning programme that supports communication
and wellbeing in young children.
* Academics, Drama Practitioners, Learning Mentors, Parent/carers,
Psychologists, SENCO’s, Speech and Language Therapists, Students, Teachers,
Teaching Assistants, Theatre Practitioners et al!
An extra special evening for all those who have been involved in the
development of Speech Bubbles to mark its success to date and look to the

June: Creativity and the emotional and social skills of young people
work with young people
1 – 5.30pm
A conference focussing
on how different activities and interventions impact on the emotional and
social development of young people and people who work with them. 
The afternoon will also include a performance of
‘Let’s Talk’ by the London Bubble Young Theatre Makers originally commissioned
by Southwark and Lambeth Children and Young People’s Health Partnership.

Rotherhithe Shed – Drop In Sessions 
8 June and 11 June
We open up our workshop as the Rotherhithe Shed
twice a week. It’s a well equipped but informal place for people to come and
make, maintain and tinker. Mend that broken chair or create something from
scratch. Advice is freely available as are beverages, biscuits and

RSVP for any of the
events to Tajender@londonbubble.org.uk

"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

Contact Us