Age 11-16 (school year 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11)
Our youth theatre are given the opportunity to develop and improve skills in performance, particularly movement, music and acting. With devising and sharing ideas at the core of every activity, we encourage members to support one another in workshops through to performance. We also offer the young people a chance to expand their skills in sign language, choreography, physical theatre, voice work and directing.
The team of three highly qualified and experienced artistic staff create and deliver the programmes and give the most relevant support to enable the young people to excel during workshops and performances. The artistic team write, compose and choreograph all of their productions with inspiration from the members.
Angel Shed can offer references for colleges and university to acknowledge young peoples achievements in the performing arts and aid them into future opportunities.
When: Thursdays 7.30pm - 8.45pm
Where: City and Islington College, Camden Road, N7
For an application form download, complete and return to us at Angel Shed via email firstname.lastname@example.org or post: Angel Shed Theatre Company, CANDI, 444 Camden Road, Islington, London, N7 0SP.
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YOUTH THEATRE SUPPORT TEAM
A number of our Youth Theatre members attend our Children’s Theatre sessions to support the children, lead performing arts based activities and help with the development of the sessions.
Their inclusive approach is highly valued. This is also a valuable experience for the development of the Children’s Theatre as a whole, and to the development of Angel Shed. We also offer training in working inclusively to these Youth Theatre members, and they are supported by an Angel Shed member of staff who holds weekly briefing and evaluation sessions with the group.
CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT TEAM
The Creative Development team provides an opportunity for Youth Theatre members to have a say in the creative development of Angel Shed. Members can discuss what material and themes they want to explore in the sessions and performances and can feedback on previous work.