Geologise Theatre’s work ranges from musical theatre shows for children to workshops for young people and other communicators, usually themed around science or the climate change and environmental issues. Please get in touch via our contact form if you would like to find out more about our work or are interested in collaborating with us.
See our page on Chrissie and the Skiddle Witch for details on our most recent show.
2022 – Climate Change: Science, Research and Performance
Geologise Theatre collaborated with climate scientists and researchers at the University of Oxford to explore creative responses to climate change for and with children and young people. This project involved drama workshops connecting climate scientists with local young people, and three performances of a new storytelling show by Geologise Theatre.
Funded by the European Geosciences Union and University of Oxford Public Engagement with Research Seed Fund.
Geologise Theatre’s past performances include: Cheltenham Science Festival, Oxford IF Science and Ideas Festival and Pint of Science. In addition to their live shows, they have been featured on Robin Ince’s Science Shambles, Oxford Sparks Science from Home Q&A, and Take Us There by Single Shoe Productions. They have run workshops on science and stories for Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Presenter Network. You can find more videos on their YouTube channel.
2020. An online exhibit about 19th century palaeontologist Mary Anning for Oxford University Museum of Natural History’s Super Science Saturday.
2018 – 2019. An hour-long musical about the dinosaur extinction, telling the story of this great discovery. Packed with science, songs and a spot of mild peril!
See here for May 2020 blogpost for the American Geosciences Union (AGU).