Each show is paired with a free online Study Guide containing information on the creative team, pre and post-performance activity ideas, curriculum tasks and more. Activities link to the Australian Curriculum, The Early Years Learning Framework and SACE.
Book A Performance
Booking early is essential to secure your preferred day and time as shows can sell out quickly. Even if you don’t have the exact number of students, providing a close estimation will help us know how many to reserve. We can then confirm exact numbers closer to the performance and hold the tax invoice until numbers are confirmed.
Free seats equity program
Windmill’s Free Seats Equity Program offers 15% of tickets across each season free to schools in South Australia ranked 1 to 4 on the Department for Education Categories of Disadvantaged. Email us to register your interest.
Rose talks education
Our Artistic Director Rosemary Myers believes it’s important to nurture artistic expression within young people. Hear what she has to say about our education program.
Access and Inclusion
We’re committed to ensuring our performances and activities are accessible for people with a disability.
Access and inclusion services such as Audio Descriptions, Touch Tours and Auslan Interpretations, are available for all performances by request.
In 2020 Windmill will once again be offering a professional development session for educators as part of the Teachers’ Big Days Out.
Linked to Creation Creation, this highly practical primary Drama workshop asks some big questions, finds some unconventional answers and along the way explores the foundations of Drama in a primary learning context.
Behind the Curtain: exploring the foundations of drama
Thursday 16 January, 12.30pm – 2pm
Adelaide Festival Centre
As part of Teachers’ Big Days Out, 15 – 17 January
Visit the Teachers’ Big Days Out website for more details and to register.
Windmill Theatre Co’s 2020 Work Experience Program will take place from 20-24 April at Windmill’s Sturt Street Studio.
Our Work Experience Program will see a group of secondary students learn about the operations of a theatre company as a whole. You’ll chat to working artists, sit in on rehearsals and meet all the people working behind the scenes on every aspect of theatre-making.
To register your interest, please click the button below with your details and a few short paragraphs detailing your experience with theatre and why you want to come and spend a week with Windmill.
Windmill provides free arts-based workshops for children and families after select performances, with the aim of extending the themes of the show into creative play and craft experiences.