Here is a brief collection of some of the publications released or including The Blahs. If you are interested in any of our publications please get in touch.
Blah Blah Blah. Stories of a Theatre Company 1985 – 1995. Edited by Nicholas Whybrow. Alumnus 1996.
Theatre in Education in Britain. Origins, Development and Influence. Roger Wooster. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016. Includes the Blahs as a case study.
Articles and chapters by the Blahs’ Artistic Directors
Theatre for Children and Young People. 50 years of professional theatre in the UK. Edited by Stuart Bennett. Arora metro, 2005. Includes the chapter ‘Participatory Theatre in Action’ by Anthony Haddon
Research in Drama Education. Volume 11, Number 2, June 2006. Includes the article: ‘A Long Story with a Happy Ending’ by Anthony Haddon
Planting Trees of Drama with Global Vision in Local Knowledge. Edited by Jack Shu and Phoebe Chan. IDEA Publications 2007. Includes the chapter: ‘Participatory Theatre in Education: An Evaluation of Children’s Role Taking’ by Geoff Readman and Deborah Hull
Second Language Learning Through Drama. Edited by Joe Winston. Routledge, 2012. Includes the chapter: ‘Theatre, Language Learning and Identity: Empowering Additional Language Learners Through Classroom Drama Projects’ by Deborah Hull
Drama Journal: Volume 18.1, Spring 2012. Includes the article: ‘Drama and the EAL Learner’ by Deborah Hull
Research in Drama Education. Volume 19, Number 3, August 2014. Includes the article ‘Mosaic: Re-Imagining the Monolingual Classroom Through Theatre in Education’ by Deborah Pakkar-Hull
Drama journal. Volume 20.2, Summer 2015. Includes the article: ‘Messerschmitt ‘v’ Spitfire – A Love Story’ by Anthony Haddon
An archive of the Blahs early work is held in the Special Collections at the University Library, University of Leeds. Further information about the archive is available at: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/507354
We work with a wide range of schools, students and audiences to explore stories, here you can find our resources to support and extend our work.