What do we do?
We run ‘Drama in the Forest’ outdoor drama workshops for children in the school holidays.
We run the Newport Community Youth Theatre at the Hub Newport.
We believe drama and theatre are powerful, delightful tools for enabling everyone’s confidence, self-expression and holistic wellbeing through the communication, creativity and community they foster. We want to help make these ‘tools’ for developing a well-rounded, contented individual accessible to more people in our local community.
Spring Drama in the Forest
A four-day outdoor drama workshop for 6-12 year olds, themed around the emergence of Spring, that happens in the Easter school holidays.
Summer Drama in the Forest
A week-long outdoor drama workshop for 6-12 year olds, incorporating musical instruments, that happens in the summer holidays every August.
Spooky Drama in the Forest
A Halloween-themed two-day outdoor drama workshop for 7-12 year olds that happens every October half-term.
We are seeking volunteers to join our passionate team and help Moonstruck Astronaut community theatre company succeed in filling the gap in supporting local children’s creative development.
Hannah was interviewed by Mark Elliott on BBC Radio Shropshire on the 21st June talking about Moonstruck Astronaut’s work and the volunteering opportunities it offers. Have a listen and let us know if you’d like to get involved!
Moonstruck Astronaut community theatre company is a lifelong dream of Hannah de Quincey’s. Inspired by her training with London Bubble community theatre company and the Unicorn Theatre for Children in London, she emerged from completing her Masters in Theatre Directing in 2008 with the ambition to co-create a theatre company that specialises in both children’s theatre in conjunction with community theatre. Fast forward over a decade later and the community theatre company that uplifts and unites all she had envisaged is now growing in Shropshire.
The name for the theatre company landed in her mind when she was mesmerised by the moon while walking home when living in London. She still can be found staring up at the moon in the night sky and hopes you remember to look up too!