Bring live theatre to your students!

The Neptune Tour Co comes to you! By bringing theatre to communities throughout the Maritimes, the Tour Co promotes theatre to a wider audience, thereby creating and fostering an interest in the performing arts. For our Tour Co productions, we have professional design, local artists, and expert direction accompanied by study guides, activities, and more. With our community outreach initiatives and more, Tour Co provides a unique opportunity to bring theatre to all ages all over Maritimes.

  • One show: $850+HST
  • Two shows: $1,400+HST

Your purchase comes with:

  • One live performance of Grumpy and Grimm or Shakespeare on Trial at your school (max 250 students per performance)*
  • A Q&A with the performers after the show
  • A comprehensive study guide with activities curated by the Neptune Theatre School

Our team will be in touch after you book your school to organize a viewing date.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to
*If you require multiple performances, please email us.

Book today to secure your show at the Early Bird price!

Grumpy & Grimm

By Laura Caswell

For grades P-6, Touring Spring 2024

Grumpy and Grimm are two quirky friends who have an assignment; to find joy in the stories they tell. The trouble is Grumpy can sometimes be a little negative, and Grimm can turn the simplest situation into a disaster. Is the glass half empty or just misshapen? 

Audience members help act out some of the classic tales as this goofy pair use the power of storytelling and working together to break through barriers and discover new ways of navigating tough situations.

Themes: Comedy; Reading and Books; Storytelling; Grimm's Fairytales; Mental Health; Depression; Anxiety 

Shakespeare on Trial

By Jeremy Webb

For grades 7-12, Touring Spring 2024

Writer Bill Shakespeare encounters four of his own most famous characters: Macbeth, Iago, Hamlet and Juliet up-close, personal and ticked-off. Shakespeare On Trial explores the Bard’s accessibility and relevance in the world today.

Shakespeare has to defend his own writing as the four fictional characters challenge the author to write in a modern way, arguing that no-one understands them anymore. Shakespeare On Trial is an hour-long, fast-paced introduction to the Bard’s words, designed to help those words find an ear today.

Themes: Comedy; Literacy; Shakespeare; History 

A special round of applause to our TourCo sponsors & partners!


And hats off to Daytrippers for helping support schools financially across Canada!

To learn more, and see if your school is eligible for funding, CLICK HERE



Thanks for sharing the magic of theatre with your classes!



"We all LOVED IT!! The kids were enchanted - so much so, they asked to stay in for recess to finish it.... We acted like we were in the theatre space, and they were so excited about seeing a play that some of them 'dressed up' for the second day."

- Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education

"The students laughed a lot! One thing that struck me was how attentive they were to it compared to a YouTube video. I think it's because it's local, and because the video production takes you 'on stage' which makes it gripping."

- Halifax Regional Centre for Education

"It was very easy to access the material, and we were happy with everything. We live on the Shouth Shore, so this isn't something we would have been able to go up to see in the city necessarily."

- South Shore Home School Group





Neptune Theatre is located on sacred land that has been the site of human activity since time immemorial.
We are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, and we acknowledge them as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land.