"I am part of the Teaching Crisis. In that sentence I wrote “the Teaching Crisis” with capital letters and a definite article as though it were the Banking Crisis or the Abdication Crisis. It isn’t but it should be."
Tim Paramour was Deputy Head of a large primary school when he walked away from the profession that had been his life for over twelve years. A year on Tim shares his story in a poignant and unexpected way with documentary theatre experts, Kinoteater, from Estonia.
Ages 11+. 1 hour. In the BT Studio. £10.
Tickets for Offbeat shows are available from both the Oxford Playhouse and Old Fire Station. If one seems to be sold out, please check the other - they may have tickets available!
Reviews of company's previous work:
★★★★ “Immersive theatre reaches a whole new level.” - Financial Times
★★★★ “a powerful, powerful thing: tender, tentative and charged.” - WhatsOnStage
★★★★ “In every sense, truly `immersive’ theatre. A wonderful new addition to the over-used term!” - Reviewsgate
★★★★ “a big paradox of a production and, bloody Nora, it’s a fascinating thing to watch.” - The Stage
★★★★ ”See it when you can, it really is unmissable.” West End Wilma
★★★★ “Some of the most truthful naturalism I have ever experienced.” - London Theatre 1
★★★★ “As theatre productions go, this is about as immersive as it gets. ” - Time Out London
★★★★ "For the theatregoer who's ready to see something original and different, this production is absolutely worth your attention." - BroadwayWorld
★★★★ "Excellent" - Everything Theatre