Our screenings in Cornish Schools
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For this year only we are offering schools a license to stream our professionally filmed adaptation of our full-length stage production between 1-18 December.

We will provide you with details of how to access the filmed stage production and schools will be able to show it on their own projector screens and TVs in classrooms and school halls up to six times with one license.

Schools will also be able to purchase Mowzer Lantern Kits to accompany the filmed stage production. These locally made wooden lanterns arrive flat-packed and can be easily assembled and customised in class by children aged 5-11.

We always want to make sure Mowzer and her story can be enjoyed by any child. The filmed stage adaptation can be captioned (we can help you 'turn this on' when you run your screening) and we can provide a BSL interpreted video to accompany the screening.

A one-day streaming license for up to six screens costs £99 if booked before the end of November (standard price £140). For larger school licenses please contact Sarah. Lanterns cost £5 each plus postage (dependent on number ordered) but must be booked 2 weeks before your screening. 

This year more than ever we want as many children as possible to experience The Mousehole Cat. We are very happy to have a chat if there are obstacles stopping you from booking a streaming license and lanterns (equipment, number of children, available dates etc).

For questions or booking contact our Schools Coordinator Sarah below, by email sarah.waller@realideas.org or call 01872 384 448 (2).

Virtual Percy makes a digital appearance in Cornish Schools!

 

Using our filmed audiobook of the Cornish children's book "Percy Pengelly and the Wibble-Wobble" by Jenny Steele Scolding we've teamed up with Nancledra Primary School near Penzance to create a free literacy project for any school (or parent) to use at home.

“We watched all three episodes this evening-amazing. Loved every moment.”

“Brilliant, my son loved it! Will be watching again tonight!”

“Oh my goodness! Amazing.”

“Just brilliant. We have loved this book for so long and were thrilled when you said you were going to perform it this Easter. Such a shame it didn’t happen but watching all three episodes was a joy.”

The two-page PDF resource pack below is completely free to download. The pack outlines how you might create a three week writing project and contains links to video resources to send to children and parents at home.

With thanks to our supporters

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Cousin Jack’s is a “Community Interest Company” which means we are non-profit making and have primary social objectives similar to a charity. Annually we submit reports to Companies House to ensure the work we carry out is for the public good.

 

Company number 11275939 Registered office Cousin Jack’s Theatre Company CIC, Old Methodist Church, Lowertown, Helston, Kernow, TR13 0BZ