The Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah - Exploring Stories, Not Just Telling Them...
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Exploring Stories Since 1985...

"Every student was captivated"

Head of Drama, Lady Lumley's

"It turned my mind on"

Year 5 Pupil

"A masterful, unusual story"

MA Student, University of Leeds

Exploring Stories not Just Telling Them

Dynamic participatory theatre and drama experiences for children and young people

facilitating enquiry into fundamental philosophical questions

Welcome to the Blahs

“Theatre does something nothing else can. It allows children to find things out about themselves and each other and the world in a singular fashion. It involves language and ideas as well as physical expression and an opportunity to investigate behaviour …. Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah are an essential resource at a time when such things are dangerously undervalued” 

Bill Nighy, Patron of Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah


We are Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah, a Leeds-based Theatre in Education Company with over thirty years’ experience and expertise in bringing stories to life. We work with children and young people, in primary schools, high schools, universities and community venues.


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Touring Theatre:

each year we develop and tour a high quality Theatre in Education performance, bringing together participatory opportunities with engaging forms of theatre. Find out more about forthcoming touring productions


Made to Measure:

we offer customised interactive classroom sessions for primary schools, working together with class teachers using drama to increase childrens’ attainment in reading.  Find out more


As a leading Theatre In Education (TIE) company Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah specialise in dynamic participatory theatre and drama experiences for children and young people, as well as equipping teachers to use drama as an exciting exploratory teaching tool. 


Based on the Partition of India in 1947, The Vultures’ Song is a compelling story of loss, survival and reconciliation, from award-winning children’s playwright Mike Kenny. Focusing on how children cope when they’re faced with change, trauma or challenging experiences, this play can be used support the SMSC agenda/ transition to high school.