Our World War II show follows Lucy, a young girl from Liverpool who is evacuated to Wrexham. She leaves everything she knows behind to start a new life. No one knows when the evacuees will be coming home. When she arrives in Wales, she meets Tom Jones, a young boy from the host family she is to be staying with. Although cold to begin with, we see their relationship blossom and grow as they learn about each others lives and the city children integrate into the countryside.

Using letters back home, we see how Mr Parry copes in the middle of the blitz. We also learn about rationing and how food was seen as a precious commodity that had to be shared out so people did not starve.

As the war comes to a close, Lucy has stopped receiving letters from her father. Will she see him again, or has something horrible happened to him? Find out, as you and your students enjoy our musical WWII show. There’s plenty of singing, dancing and lots of audience participation too!


Following the show there will be workshop with our two facilitators. This can be split into two or several sessions depending on how many children are taking part in the day. We can offer the following activities:

DRAMA SESSION – exploring themes seen in the show (Propaganda, Evacuation)
CODE-CRACKING – Can you students solve our riddle in the “Great British Code Off”
ARTEFACT HANDLING – Get a hands on look at some primary and secondary sources
FREE PRINTABLE WORKBOOKS – Designed to be used before during or after our visit*
Opportunities to ask Questions
Big Quiz

*If we are working with 60 children or less, the workbooks will not be required during our visit. You are free to use these at any point in your topic. We try to design as many of our materials as possible to be used as standalone resources.


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FREE Resource Packs
Covid 19 Protocols in Place

Group Size

Up to 90 children (3 classes) can take part in a full days workshop. For large groups we will need to split the day up slightly.


A big hall is ideal for large groups. However quite often we can fit into one or more classrooms dependent on the group size.



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Want to enhance your teaching?

Check out our YouTube channel for free videos covering all aspects of history. In addition to this you will find free worksheets linked in the descriptions.

Meanwhile, if you have a particular subject you’d like us to make a video about, let us know and we’ll certainly add it to our list!

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