Pyjama Drama

3 - 7 years

Pyjama Drama has been working in nurseries, schools and public classes across the Uk for over 10 years. We believe passionately in the power of the imagination and use our unique drama and play programme to develop skills in children that can last a lifetime.

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Performances & Live Entertainment

Baby & Toddler Groups

Next Activity

3 - 7 years


Yaxham Village Hall


24th Aug


60 minute Event


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Ratings & reviews

7 ratings






What families are saying

Emma Frost
March 2019

What a fantastic idea! I love that in a world of technology the children can just enjoy their imaginations and have fun together. My little boy (almost 3) said the best thing was ‘running around’ and the ‘fun man’ as well as the ‘adventure’. Cannot wait to go again!

Annmarie gill
March 2019

Absolutely fantastic show, my 3 year old loved it and was engaged for the entire hour which is no mean feat. Will definitely be going back

Annika MacDonald
March 2019

My little one absolutely loves it he has a smile on his face from start to finish and today had a sad face in the car when leaving I asked him what was wrong he replied I’m sad at leaving Pajama drama I want to stay for ever and ever. We all know 3yeaf olds tell it as it is

Meet the Team

Katherine Vince
Lead Performer

Katherine has been a theatre practitioner and performer since completing her MA in Advanced Theatre Practice (Distinction) at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2012-13) A versatile performer, with intuitive comic timing, ensemble collaboration experience, and an acute physical awareness that she used to choreograph dance and create movement-orientated performance. She is a teacher, workshopper and lecturer at the UEA and co-founder of both Feral Foxy Ladies and The Sun Apparatus Theatre companies, with highly rated work at major festivals.

Paul Andrew Goldsmith
Lead Performer

Paul is a performer, devisor and workshop practitioner in theatre, Tv and film. Trained in physical theatre/clowning from Acting Now and a 2 year practical acting course at the Theatre Royal he has gone on to tour the UK, with his passion being social impact and applied theatre. His love of clowning and street theatre led him to more child friendly theatre including TIE work. He creates workshops and sensory theatre shows for those with physical and mental disabilities, believing that theatre can give a voice to the voiceless. His CV can be found at:

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