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    Young Theatre Makers 7-10 (afternoons): Autumn 2021

    Young Theatre Makers 7-10 (afternoons): Spring 2022

    • 09 Jan
      09 Jan - 09 Jan 2022

    Love theatre? Want to be a part of something exciting? Then it’s time for you to join our Young Theatre Makers!

    After our successful sessions back at the theatre, we are thrilled that Young Theatre Makers will be taking place in our building once again in Spring 2022. Workshops will take place at the theatre over the course of twelve Sundays in January – April. We have thoroughly prepared and modified our building and the way we work to provide participants with an environment that is safe and reassuring, as well as exciting and enjoyable!

    During the YTM autumn term, children will learn new skills, meet new people and really develop their talents as a performer. Our sessions are energetic, challenging, educational and fun!

    We will explore and develop a wide range of theatre skills, which may include:

    • Movement
    • Clowning
    • Storytelling
    • Voice and communication
    • Trust and team-building
    • Rehearsals for performances
    • Script work
    • Devising (where young people can create and develop their own ideas)

    The aims of our classes are to:

    • Inspire young people to engage in theatre and the arts.
    • Enable young people to explore their creativity and imagination, build confidence, have fun and make new friends.

    Meet our YTM Directors:

    Xahnaa Adlam
    Xahnaa is a Bristol-born director, theatre maker, facilitator and performer. She attended the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the BA Drama, Applied Theatre and Education course. Xahnaa works frequently with the Bristol Old Vic’s Engagement department and is the co-founder and the Creative, Pastoral Care Director for Young Six Six. She also facilitates and directs with Travelling Light Theatre Company and was the Assistant Director on Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory’s The Place at The Bridge, which played at Tobacco Factory Theatres in May 2021. Within her practice, Xahnaa uses theatre to assist people, creating environments where the creative energy and direction is participant-driven. Xahnaa believes in shaping a space to anchor the work –  it is the participants, through their growth, exploration and collaboration, who will fill it in. 

    Holly Meechan
    Holly is a Bristol-born theatre maker, performer and facilitator with over 15 years experience working with children and young people in school and community settings – working for companies including Bristol Old Vic; Fifth Word; Freshwater Theatre; NowPressPlay; Access All Areas and Gingerline, as well as founding her own theatre company Join the Dots. Holly performs improvised comedy with Rhinoceros; and is part of sketch comedy collectives Release the Clowns and The Biscuit Barrel. Holly’s skills include devising, improvisation, storytelling, clowning, puppetry, mask, and prop making. Holly is passionate about using the power of drama to empower, inspire and connect people.

    If you are new to YTM and you would like to try a session out first, please email tickets@tobaccofactorytheatres.com or call our box office on 0117 902 0344. For any other queries, email ailie@tobaccofactorytheatres.com Due to current limits on capacity, we can only offer trial sessions on groups that are not fully booked.

    • RUNNING TIME75 minutes
    • AGE RECOMMENDATIONFor ages 7-10 years
    • TICKETSPay What You Choose - £36, £96 or £144 for the full term
    • VENUE

    Sun 09 January – Sun 03 April 2pm – 3.15pm

    Due to popularity, we have two YTM companies for 7-10 year olds (morning and afternoon groups). Please ensure you book for the one that matches your preference.

    All workshops will take place on Sundays at Tobacco Factory Theatres from 2pm – 3.15pm.

    Pay What You Choose (PWYC)

    By joining, you sign up for the whole term and can choose to pay £3, £8 or £12 per session, which works out as £36, £96 or £144 for the full term.

    The true cost of running a session is £12 per person, we have two subsidized options one at £8 and a third at £3, this lowest £3 price is intended for people from low income households and / or in receipt of benefits. So if you are able to spend a little more, your contribution will help support our theatre and the incredible artists we work with to bring you this programme. Regardless of what you choose to pay, session leaders will be paid in full for their time and expertise.

    To sign up and pay for the full term up front, click the ‘Buy Tickets’ button above.

    PLEASE NOTE, when booking you will only see the first date of the sessions. By booking you are committing to all sessions as per the dates above. We are unable to offer refunds for places unless we have a waiting list for that particular class and are able to resell the place.

    Priority on sale 10am Mon 09 Nov
    General on sale 10am Mon 15 Nov

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