An overview of what we do
Pyjama Drama is a drama and imaginative play programme for children up to seven years that aims to develop key skills by igniting children's imaginations. We deliver classes and Interactive Performances around the UK - during term-time and in the holidays. We also visit nurseries and preschools as well as schools. Last but not least, we entertain children at birthday parties with our unique Interactive Theatre and Adventure Parties.
All our music is original to Pyjama Drama and has been written to ignite young children's imaginations as well as get them moving! Why not head over to our shop where you can buy one of over 70 songs for just 99p?
We run four different types of drama classes, each differentiated to ensure that all activities are just right for each child's developmental stage. However, because children develop at different rates, age is only one factor, and our teachers will do their best to make sure that your child is in the class most appropriate for them, and that they are happy and making progress.
Dewdrops: 6 months - 2 years
Raindrops: 2 - 3 years
Rainbows: 3 - 4 years
Sunbeams: 5 - 7 years
OUR INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCES
Suitable for older toddlers and children up to seven, our Interactive Performances are action-packed shows filled with singing, dancing, playing games and pretending. We don't use props or costumes, and you'll be amazed at how one skilled performer can single-handedly create a range of imaginary characters and magical worlds.
With an audience capacity of up to 30 children, these shows are perfect for a school or nursery and are also delivered throughout school holidays. This year's panto is Robin Hood - find your nearest panto today!
We offer two different parties; Adventure Parties are for small groups of children (up to 16) and Interactive Theatre Parties for larger groups (up to 30 children). Whatever party you choose will be packed full of music and song, role play, story, pretend and a lot of birthday magic!
WHAT CHILDREN SAY
Looking to run your own children's franchise? If you think you'd enjoy teaching drama to kids, why not be the first to set them up? Find out how here.