Although we have suspended all physical group sessions, meetings and activities at London Bubble and at the educational and community settings in which we normally work, we still have plenty of suggestions for getting creative and making theatre at home! 

Speech Bubbles

Schools are closed and quarantine is in full swing, but don’t worry, the children can still have fun!
We have two packs of fun drama games, complied by Speech Bubbles practitioners, to try at home with your children.
Click here to download our first pack of 20 games
Click Here to download our second pack of 10 games

Twitter @londonbubble_ed

If you have any queries or suggestions please email adam@londonbubble.org.uk


Young Theatre Makers

Our Young Theatre Makers are taking part in Company Three’s Coronavirus Time Capsule initiative.
Click here to see each week’s time capsule video as they’re published:

We might have to stay home but we won’t stop being creative! Team Young Theatre Makers have set 30 days of creative challenges for everyone to have a go at:

10 days of creative activity     10 MORE days of creative activity     ANOTHER 10 days of creative activity

If you’re inspired to share your challenge experiences, we’d love it if you could post them on social media and tag us in!

Twitter @Bubble_YTM           Instagram @bubble_ytm

If you have any queries or suggestions please email marie@londonbubble.org.uk


Weekly Drama Groups

Younger children might like to try some of the activities in our Speech Bubbles packs of games (download links above)
Teenagers might like to try some of our creative challenges for Young Theatre Makers (download link above)

For more drama fun, click here to visit Drama Geezers, a YouTube Channel with drama games by Bubble facilitators Paul & Simon.

If you have any queries or suggestions please email lucy@londonbubble.org.uk


Creative Elders Programme

Inspired by the appearance of rainbows in people’s windows around the world, the Creative Elders team have developed two booklets of creative exercises to do at home.
The first one is called Tatita’s Rainbow.  But who is Tatita?
Find out by downloading the Tatita’s rainbow e-booklet

It’s companion is called Finding Umberto.  This can be used on it’s own or alongside Tatita’s rainbow.  Download Finding Umberto here

Thanks to our multi-lingual facilitators, Tatita’s Rainbow is also available in Spanish and French.  Click on the links to download  El arcoíris de Tatita and L’Arc en Ciel de Tatita.

The booklets have been designed with our older participants in mind but the activities can be enjoyed by people of all ages and by families together.

We are encouraging people to share their creative explorations from the booklets with us.  When it’s safe to do so, we hope to bring them together to celebrate!  You can share with us by emailing lucy@londonbubble.org.uk  posting your creations to Bubble HQ, 5 Elephant Lane, SE16 4JD or tagging us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


Charting the Mayflower

Workshops are continuing online. See the groups latest films here.

Follow the project on Twitter @CtmLondonBubble

Events coming soon, check back here for updates!

If you have any queries or suggestions please email peth@londonbubble.org.uk



In light of the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, we recommend you check the World Health Organisation’s website for the most accurate information as the situation progresses. Please also keep up to date with government guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK. Take care and stay safe.

Team Bubble


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