Lincoln Academy of Dramatic Arts
English Theatre of Europe

English & Drama Workshops

Too busy to have a summer school this year? Then why not have one of our professional actors visit your school for a week during the academic year. Students will spend time with one of our actors devising a performance. Pupils will practice everyday and perform together on the final day.

Drama is a great way to teach English. Using role play, improvisation, puppetry, mask and mime, with up to 30hrs of tuition we can create a show with all of your pupils during the whole week.

Throughout the week, students will become more confident in speaking English. They will be more expressive and will develop an appreciation for the language as well as the arts.

Let all of the work you have done with your students be put into practice. Host one of our Actors for one week during the academic year and watch your students communicate creatively with confidence.

This is a fun, innovative and inspiring week that will leave your students wanting more.

Who can participate?

The “English & Drama” workshop is available for students attending Primary and Secondary School. We require a minimum of 15 students to start the workshop with a maximum of 100 students participating.

Workshop hours

Our workshop covers up to 25 hours (Mon-Fri) and 3 hours for the final performance on the last day (Saturday). The school can arrange the hours according their needs: during or after the school timetable with a minimum of 2 hours per day.

Our tutors

Professional actors form the English theatre staff. All our employees are police checked and trained to a very high standard. We provide one tutor for every 15 students.


The cost of the week is 65€ per student. Price excludes teacher’s accommodation. Accommodation: to be arranged by your school- either in a B&B or with a host family (Sunday-Saturday).

In addition….

At the end of the week, teachers will also receive free lesson plans in conjunction with the Show, which can be used to continue from the work we have done with the students or to support the teachers’ scheme of work.