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Simone Lewis
The Vultures’ Song Cast Interviews: Simone Lewis

The Blahs' Kirsty Lambert caught up with actor Simone Lewis recently, to get her thoughts on playing - among other roles - a vulture in Mike Kenny's new play, The Vultures' Song. How did you first hear about The Vultures' Song? I had the pleasure of working...

The Vultures' Song
The Vultures’ Song: Tour update

The Vultures' Song has been touring primary and high schools in Leeds and West Yorkshire in recent weeks. This new production from Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah, a Leeds-based theatre in education company with over thirty years' experience, is inspired by stories of the 1947...

The Vultures’ Song Cast Interviews: Richard Priestley

The Vultures' Song cast member Richard Priestley popped into the Blahs office earlier this week to sort out contract details. While he was here, our Schools Coordinator Kirsty took the opportunity to get his thoughts on the production. How did you first get involved with...

Rethinking #SMSC in Primary Schools through Participatory Theatre

Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah are inviting Leeds primary schools to get involved in an exciting research project, exploring how our unique brand of participatory theatre can help schools meet their SMSC requirements. Artistic Director Deborah Pakkar Hull explains what it’s all about: How did the...

A Tale to Tell gets the thumbs up!

Our Schools Coordinator Kirsty Lambert was inspired to join the Blahs when she saw our trailer of A Tale to Tell, our interactive KS2 drama based on the Arabian Nights. Recently she sat in on the new tour’s preview performance at Carr Manor Primary School: When I...

A giant leap in the process – 2nd R&D trip for Partition project

Our Artistic Director, Deborah Pakkar-Hull shares her exhilarating experiences from the second research and development  trip to India for our Partition project. Sitting at my desk in the office for the first time following two weeks in Delhi is the first breathing space I’ve had to take...

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The danger of a single story

Often when a school chooses a story for a bespoke project or our Coaching Model (CPD for teachers) we'll read it and think of all the things that surround that story. We look beyond the single story on paper at the fuller imagined world behind...

Second R&D trip for Reimagine India

  Deborah has come to the end of five inspiring and productive days of research and development in India. Working with internationally acclaimed writer Mike Kenny, Sukhesh Arora and Simran Arneja from Yellowcat Theatre and five Delhi based actors – Neel Sengupta, Kriti Pant, Amba Suhasini Jhala,...

Casting Call for a Queen

With the tour for A Tale To Tell booking up very quickly, we are now looking for an additional female cast member join the Blahs for this Theatre In Education (TIE) production. Touring to schools, theatre venues and library settings from May to June 2016,...

Hide & Seek in development for Autumn 2016

Freedom fighters or terrorists?  In 1605 it was against the law to be Catholic. Robert Catesby led 12 young Catholic men into battle against King James I and his brutal anti-Catholic regime. Fighting for freedom to follow a faith they believed in became a race against...