‘Linked’ is set in the future. The young people in the audience would be adults and have children of their own. The world has changed as a direct result of people not taking care of the internet.
The play surrounds the lives of two people – Zac and Sophie – who find that they are in agreement that this is not how they wish to live their lives. But they discover that it is too late – there is no way back. If only their parents had cared more when they were young…
This package has been put together to give you everything you need to study and respond creatively to “Linked”
THE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
A recording of extracts from the live performance of Linked, with unlimited access for one year
This script is referred to throughout the learning scheme.
The company discusses the rehearsal and performance process in a series of short videos
You can dip in and out of the topics and lesson ideas as you wish.
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The digital links give you unlimited access for one academic year. You can use them as many times as you wish, and with as many different classes as you wish.
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Frequently asked questions
What geographical areas do you cover?
We work primarily in Essex and London but welcome enquiries within similar distances to Southend, where we are based. We do consider requests for further afield, including International Schools.
Are all performers and N-ACT personnel DBS checked?
Yes everyone is fully safeguarded with enhanced DBS.
We have a full safeguarding policy which is available on request.
Are you GDPR compliant?
We use any data provided by you securely within current GDPR guidelines
Do you require any specific equipment?
We recommend using the school hall or larger drama studio and supply all our own equipment. We just require a few chairs and a plug socket!
What insurances do you hold?
We carry full public liability insurance and are happy to provide copies if required
How long do the performances last?