PenguinPig e-safety themed theatre show

1st September 2015

PenguinPig e-safety themed theatre show

At our conference this year we will have the Traum Theatre group performing a section from their e-safety themed theatre show ‘Penguinpig’, plus a taster of their interactive follow-on workshops, which have been specially designed for EYFS and KS1. They will also demonstrate how ‘Penguinpig’ can support your school’s cross-curricular e-safety policies for EYFS and KS1, and enrich the learning experience for your pupils, both educationally and creatively.


Based on the best-selling book by Stuart Spendlow, illustrated by Amy Bradley.

Phoebe reads about an exciting creature called a Penguinpig on the Internet. She sets off alone on an adventure to find the adorable Penguinpig, following the websites' instructions all the way to the zoo - but what will she find inside?

With beautiful puppetry and catchy songs, PENGUINPIG is a fun-filled show about e-safety, perfect for EYFS and KS1.

"PENGUINPIG is a splendid book. A warning to the world and not just les enfants."

Ian Whybrow (Children's Author)

Created with support from Little Angel Theatre and the eCadets, and with public funding from Arts Council England.

TRAUM Theatre

TRAUM are based in Lincolnshire and were founded in 2014 by Artistic Director Jane Crawshaw. TRAUM aim to create imaginative, unique and inventive shows for all ages, particularly focusing on taking high-quality theatre to rural and hard-to-reach areas, where the residents are not often able to see live theatre. Previous shows include SADAKO, a performance installation for 8-12 year olds, created in partnership with Culture Works East, Ideastap and Latitude Festival; and CHRISTMAS STORMS AND SUNSHINE, a Christmas show for families based on an Elizabeth Gaskell short-story.

Our Partner Organisations:

Little Angel Theatre

LAT was established in 1961, and is nationally and internationally a leader in the field of puppetry. For over 50 years LAT have been creating high-quality puppet theatre for family audiences from their base in Islington, and they also regularly provide support and development opportunities for new and established puppeteers and puppet makers.


The eCadets is the only scheme of its kind in the UK especially designed for ages 3 to 18 years and with Ofsted and Estyn teams recognising its impact in schools. Through peer-led learning, the eCadets work with schools to empower and support pupils in helping make the Internet a safer place for their whole school community, and teaching safer Internet practices.