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    Young Theatre Makers 5:7 Spring 2023

    Young Theatre Makers: Year 3 | Spring 2024

    • SHOWING
    • 07 Jan
      07 Jan - 07 Jan 2024
    About

    EVERY SUNDAY* FROM 07 january TO 24 MARCH 2024

    Designed to be a safe space of creative exploration for 7-8 year olds, children will build their confidence by learning new skills, making new friends and most importantly having fun. These workshops are not just about acting, they are about teamwork, social skills, imagination, and creative expression.

    *Please note there are no sessions on Sun 11 & Sun 18 February


    Young Theatre Makers is our weekly youth theatre for 4-18 year olds. YTM runs each week during term time, with all groups meeting on a Sunday with the exception of Years 7-9 which will take place on a Thursday.

    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

    The aims of our workshops 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.

    We understand that not all children of this age will feel comfortable being somewhere new without their parents. On Saturday mornings, parents are welcome to stay and have a cup of coffee (and enjoy some peace and quiet, perhaps) in our upstairs bar. The workshop room doors will remain open, and children who need a bit of extra support from their parents are welcome to know that they are only a few steps away.


    Hannah-Rose Wiltshire, Workshop Facilitator

    Hannah-Rose has been working as a drama facilitator for 10 years, teaching students from 18 months to 21 years. She’s showcased her unique brand of performance and education in schools, communities and companies across the UK, including Stagecoach, Bristol Academy of Drama, and All-In Productions.

    Hannah-Rose also works as a freelance LAMDA teacher, and runs her own theatre company, Drama with Hannah-Rose.

    “As a facilitator, the main focus of my classes is to build confidence and imagination in children,” she explains. “I use storytelling and roleplay to nurture creativity and independence. At this age, drama isn’t just about performing in front of an audience – it’s a dress rehearsal for the journey ahead of them”.

    • RUNNING TIME1 hour
    • AGE RECOMMENDATION7-8 years
    • TICKETS£110 / £80
    • VENUE

    YTM: YEAR 3
    Sun 07 January – Sun 24 March 2024 1:00pm – 2:00pm
    (No sessions on Sun 11 & Sun 18 February)

    Pay What You Choose (PWYC)

    By joining, you sign up for the whole term and can choose to pay £110 or £80 for the full term. The subsidised option is intended for those from low income households. We also have bursary places available for people facing financial difficulty. It is important to us that anyone who wants to take part can do so. If you would like to apply for a bursary place, please email getinvolved@tobaccofactorytheatres.com

    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 12.30pm Fri 3 Nov
    General on sale 12.30pm Fri 10 Nov

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