Category Archive: Fear and Misery of the Third Reich

Fear and Misery of the Third Reich feedback

Farnborough Hill School

‘An excellent production that was incredibly beneficial to the students with their exam requirements.’

Lucy Somners, Trinity School, Kent

‘Super. My students were gripped, sucked in and they loved it…I’m delighted. Thankyou.’

Alan Lindsay, AST , Highdown School

‘Professional, powerful and polished’

Student, Eastbourne College

‘I liked the bit when we all got dusted. The way she came into the audience to clean up and when they made Charlotte be the pig was really funny but also brought us into the whole thing and made us concentrate’

Millfield School, Somerset

‘It was good to have such a great teaching resource. An exemplary performance’

Carol Ralfe – The Royal School

‘Brecht is no longer feared by my students.’

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School

‘An excellent example of Brecht’s theories in practise’

Wycombe High School

‘The themes of war and class in Brechtian theatre were highlighted brilliantly.’

Bulmershe School

‘Fantastically useful for the year 13′s. Actors very willing to chat to them also. A friendly and professional cast.’

Scarborough College

‘Very professional, slick and polished.’

St Swithuns School

The performance clearly countered the criticism sometimes made of Epic Theatre that it lacks the intensity and emotional energy of naturalism. I was exhausted just watching your energy levels !’

Queen Mary’s College

‘Really excellent experience for all the students and also worked as a good INSET for us teachers on Brecht’

Bishopshalt School

‘The pupils will benefit enormously from watching very talented professionals at work’

Chris Gill – Wycombe High School

‘A very exciting, energetic and effective performance, followed by an enjoyable and valuable workshop.’

Moprpeth School – Bethnal Green

‘A fantastic, high energy performance.’

Helenswood School – Hastings

‘Excellent. You engaged the students with both a difficult text and techniques which are often hard for them to grasp. Well done and thank you.’

Havant College

‘The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and were instantly able to see all the Brechtian techniques come alive.’ (Havant College)

Royal Latin School

‘It was extremely Brechtian which was great ! Excellent teacher’s pack too.’

S.M. Marlowe – Eastbourne College

‘Great to see Brecht being really brought to life in a vivid and entertaining way. All the elements of epic theatre are there – Gestus, V-effekt, Montage, placards etc – but involved organically, not signposted…