The telling of fairy tales contributes to our cultural literacy; these well-loved characters are almost like friends, and their stories as familiar to us as our own. Also, because fairy tales don't have to follow the conventions of the 'real' world, they allow us to explore fantastical worlds where anything can happen. And when you explore fairy tales using Pyjama Drama, everything does!Read More
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Meet two of our 'biggest fans'
4th August 2017
Rhi and her daughter, three year old Rosie, are self confessed ‘massive fans’ of Pyjama Drama.
For Rosie, the best thing about Pyjama Drama is her teacher ‘Jay-Jay’ (Jay Hilalen who runs the franchise in Pembrokeshire) who she adores, but for her mum it's the benefits of the programme for her daughter; benefits she has witnessed over the past year of attending classes.Read More
Road safety Week 2016
3rd October 2016
Road Safety Week is the UK's biggest road safety event taking place this year 21st - 27th November, and involving thousands of schools, organisations and communities - including us! We get involved every year with our original drama and imaginative play sessions for children up to seven years and visit countless nurseries and schools.Read More
A princess adventure in Perth
16th September 2016
“Is it my party yet, mumma? When is it my paaarty?”
To say that Ada was excited in the lead up to her third birthday party would be a gross and misleading understatement. For many, many months, the bedtime routine involved an in-depth discussion about the seemingly endless options for presents, cakes, and costumes. And she just couldn’t make up her mind.
Well spent afternoons
9th June 2014
We were delighted to come across this wonderfully complimentary blog post written by Sarah, who spends her time, 'coming up with toddler activities that are fun and creative so that every day feels like it’s been well spent'. You can visit Sarah's blog here and read what she says about attending classes in Sheffield below:Read More
We've been nominated!
17th March 2014
We're chuffed to bits to have been nominated in a number of categories in this years What's on 4 Awards, and we'd like to say a huge THANK YOU to all those parents, teachers and nursery managers who helped us to get this far by nominating us!Read More
Where to see Pyjama Drama this summer!
24th June 2013
It's nearly summer time (regardless of the weather!) and we're looking forward to taking part in all sorts of fun festivals and events. Here are 5 places you can catch up with one of our drama & creative play sessions or workshops, over the next couple of months:Read More
Five reasons to try a drama class in 2013
10th January 2013
If you've never tried a children's drama class you might wonder what it's all about. Here are our top 5 reasons why you should give it a go!Read More
Not a dressing up box in sight
19th January 2011
If you’re new to Pyjama Drama, the first time you come along to one of our classes, you may wonder why we don’t have piles of dressing clothes; gowns, crowns, masks and pretty ball gowns. Isn’t that what drama and performance are all about?
So here’s the thing. We don’t need them. All we need to create magical, exciting, fun-packed drama, is a child’s imagination
5 things about Pyjama Drama classes
11th November 2011
Drama isn’t all about ‘acting’ : Sometimes when we talk about Pyjama Drama to someone who is unfamiliar with it they say, “oh is it like acting school then?“. The answer is no. There is, of course, absolutely nothing wrong with classes that focus on performance as the end result but we’re not really about that.Read More
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