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Students on Families Scholarship enjoy a fantastic term at Jigsaw

We offered scholarship places for last term through Families Magazine, giving families the opportunity to apply for places in Jigsaw Hendon, Stevenage, Camden and Balham. Five students were successful in gaining a place with Kyan, Erin, Ava, Roseand Lucas all enjoying an exciting term at Jigsaw. Erin told Jigsaw Arts that she likes “acting and the different games we play and […]

Review: These Books Are Made For Walking, Jacksons Lane

(Above: Malia Cotton at Jacksons Lane theatre for These Books Are Made For Walking) As part of their season of circus-related performances, Jacksons Lane played host to Bikes & Rabbits’ production of These Books Are Made For Walking. 12-year-old Jigsaw student Malia went along to watch the show at the North London theatre, and put together this terrific review: “I […]

Review: Puss In Boots, Jacksons Lane

(Above: 6-year-old Grace Thompson at Jacksons Lane for Puss In Boots) After linking up with Jacksons Lane in our new scheme, Jigsaw Reviews, we provided Jigsaw Finchley student Grace Thompson with tickets to see Puss In Boots starring CBeebies’ Patrick Lynch. Grace and her family absolutely loved the show, and she put together this fantastic review: “The people at […]

Top 5 Ways that the Performing Arts can Benefit your Child

The performing arts offer numerous benefits to children and young adults. With that in mind, here are our Top 5 Ways That The Performing Arts Can Benefit Your Child: Building Confidence:  So many families choose the performing arts as an extra-curricular activity for their children in order to help build their confidence. The performing arts […]

Review: The Party, Jacksons Lane

(Above: 5-year-old Iris Stephenson at Jacksons Lane for The Party) It’s been a busy few weeks for our budding reviewers! As part of our new scheme, Jigsaw Reviews, we teamed up with Jacksons Lane and offered 5-year-old Iris Stephenson two tickets to see Nearly There Yet’s production of The Party. Here are her thoughts on […]

Review: Orion And The Dark, Jacksons Lane

(Above: Harry Pendakis at Jacksons Lane for Peaceful Lion’s production of Orion And The Dark) Last week, Jigsaw Arts student Harry Pendakis received tickets to see Peaceful Lion’s brand new family production of Orion And The Dark at Jacksons Lane, London. The show (which is based on Emma Yarlett’s illustrated children’s book of the same name) is currently […]

Review: Snow Child, Jacksons Lane

(Above: tutti frutti’s production of Snow Child. Image credit Simon Marshall, courtesy of tutti frutti) Last week, Jigsaw Arts student Martha received two tickets to see tutti frutti’s fantastic production Snow Child at Jacksons Lane, London. Five-year-old Martha was then given the chance to write a review for publication on our blog. Here are her thoughts on […]

“This Time Last Year”: A Franchisee’s Story

Katie went from Jigsaw Teacher to Jigsaw Manager to Jigsaw Franchisee! In this week’s Jigsaw blog, she tells us her franchisee’s story. A Franchisee’s Story “This time last year…” This time last year I felt more empowered than ever to make sure I was on the way to a successful and fulfilling career. I had […]

A Review: The Gruffalo’s Child, Croydon

Last month Jigsaw Arts ran a competition at our Croydon school whereby one lucky student from our 5-6 class would have the chance to win two tickets to see Tall Stories’ production of The Gruffalo’s Child at The Ashcroft Theatre, and then write a review for publication on our blog. That lucky winner was Anoushka! Anoushka saw The Gruffalo’s Child with her father […]

Top 5 Shows to see in February

(Above: The Gruffalo’s Child. Image copyright Tall Stories) What better way to get 2016 off to a good start than a trip to the theatre? At our Performing Arts Schools we actively encourage theatre visits. The more live shows that can be seen, the better; and there are plenty of exciting musicals and plays – […]

Top 5 Techniques for Learning Lines

Learning lines can be tricky at times, but with plenty of patience and the right techniques, it is definitely something that we are all capable of mastering. So with Spring shows across Britain now well into rehearsals and with the new term underway at Jigsaw Arts, here at Head Office, we put our heads together […]

Reflecting on 2015 and a Look Ahead to 2016

By Daniel Jenkins With Christmas well and truly over and the New Year now underway, here at Jigsaw Arts we’ve had time to take stock and look back at 2015 – and what an exciting 12 months they’ve been… In 2015 we celebrated our 20th birthday; 20 years of Jigsaw! We can’t quite believe how […]