We are delighted to announce that we’ll be working with Feltham Arts on their forthcoming Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth Heritage Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are looking forward to bringing the heritage of our area to life through theatre. We can’t wait to get started!
We currently have spaces in both our youth groups. Our classes are firmly focused on young people having fun and growing in confidence. We have lots of opportunities coming up for young people to take part in public performances and community events. Get in touch for more information.
After a very successful first series of sessions, Tale Be Told Theatre in partnership with Feltham Community Development Association and funded by the Big Lottery fund are excited to announce our new round of Under 5’s sessions in Feltham. Come and join us for even more storytelling, more craft, more music, more rhyme and even […]
We are aiming to produce a piece of theatre that is shaped by people going through the stress of living in temporary accommodation. Through an open research and development process, working with people with experience of living in temporary accommodation, we will create a piece of theatre that is engaging and enlightening for an audience, […]
“Tale Be Told Theatre's short performance of The Search for the Lost Imagination was a delight to watch. The story was incredibly versatile and appealed to a large age range. The highlight was definitely the small audience packs that included feathers, bubbles and much more so the children could really get involved and experience every step of Tilly's journey to find her treats. We would be thrilled to have them back again.”
“I observed children aged 2-11, including some with special needs, watching intently, totally engrossed, laughing and responding in a pantomime type way. It was MAGIC!”
“From the moment I walked into the room it was obvious that the children were having a fantastic time. They were fully engrossed, engaged and actively participating with the performance. My niece described it as "Amazing, incredible and jumpy!”
“It is no mean feat to ensure that fifty-seven to sixty children feel they have a meaningful part in a production… A highlight of the project was the evening performance with families and friends. The whole evening is conducted in a professional manner, staging, lighting and performances. The play provided a forum for the school community to share in and celebrate children’s achievement. It was wonderful to see parents queueing to get a ‘good seat’…Ms Creaser’s work with Wendell Park has been incredible… I would recommend her without reservation to deliver drama projects in schools.”
“For Jessica, her confidence has rocketed over the past year. She loves to perform in a show, she's always committed to learning her lines and putting in 100%. What sets it apart from other groups is Jessica always has fun, she loves the games and has always said it’s her favourite club. Terri is great and listens to ideas and feedback and is always open to suggestions. Would always recommend to other parents”
“I think Tale Be Told has helped Daniel gain confidence in himself and his abilities to perform and overcome his shyness. It has helped Matthew to work as part of a team and help others, be it with prompting them with their lines or supporting the younger ones. As siblings, they do fight and bicker but having joint activities has helped them focus and learn their lines together. They have done other clubs together but these have enhanced their competitiveness where Tale be Told has put them on the same side. I would and have recommended Tale Be Told to any parent”
“My daughter Grace loves going to Tale be Told, it's something that she looks forward to, gets excited about each week. Grace likes the responsibility of learning her lines and feels proud when she has accomplished this. Grace shines when she performs in the shows which has been noticed by others. She loves the confidence that she has built. Grace quoted on her first performance that it was actually ''the best day of her life". Thank you Terri and Kulraj, you are doing an amazing thing with all these children. I would totally recommend to other parents.”