November at LOOK OUT!

We have had a great start to our school year and already visited lots of school across Catalunya. We have been to Sant Sadurni d’Anoia, Sabadell, Hospitalet de Llobregat, Les Presses, Sant Cugat, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Vic, Mataró, Palau-solità i Plegamans, Tordera, Badalona, Cornellà de Llobregat and Barcelona.

See below for some great feedback and our photos.

Fruity Tots

“We especially liked the vocabulary content and the audience participation during the play.”Susanna Mulet.IMG_0839

 

Round and Round the Garden
“They were completely amazed and motivated throughout the play. They loved the songs and the puppets.” Jessica Vilanova

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Pirates for Tea
“Fabulous – the children returned to the classroom singing the the songs! We loved it!” Ruth Sale.

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Stone Soup

“The background design was good and I liked the story. The characters were amazing and the interpretation was excellent.”Carme Jurado

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A Monkey’s Tale

“The students and teachers have really enjoyed the play. It was fantastic!” Carmen Casermeiro

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The Lemon Thieves

“My students and I liked everything. We had a great time. Awe inspiring staging. Excellent actors! Congratulations!!!” Xavier López

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Published by Serena

I'm a children's playwright and theatre director. In 2000 I formed LOOK OUT! Theatre Company which offers interactive theatre for students learning English. I have written and directed 23 original plays and produced 25 shows which have been performed across Catalonia, Spain.

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