Tickets £8 / £4 / pay what you can
11th - 13th July at 7:00
London Behind Closed Doors takes a curious and humorous look at Londoners through the eyes of the city’s younger generation. Get caught up in protests, peer in through tower block windows, board a bus to Finsbury Park, and experience late night arguments over takeaway. Everyone we pass has a story of their own. London Behind Closed Doors is created and performed by the members of Angel Shed Youth Theatre 2. Performances will be followed by a Q&A with the cast.
We are very excited to be joining with our friends at Haringey Shed to deliver two half-term projects this February, one for years 3-6 and another for years 7-13. Each group will take part in a daily 2-hour Zoom workshop over three days which will result in an online sharing performance at the end of the week. As this is a joint project there are limited places available so please get in touch to let us know your child would like to take part. The project is FREE but donations are welcome. Wednesday 17th/Thursday 18th/Friday 19th February years 3-6/ages 7-11: 11am-1pm years 7-13/11-18: 2pm-4pm * sharing performance for both groups: 4pm Friday 19th
In this picture we understand the full story. I remember this day really well because it was the last time I had something to eat. To the far left is an ambulance. I drew it with my left hand. The second person to the right is supposed to be me. Trying to focus amidst the chaos. In this picture you will experience Angel Shed Youth Theatre's original movement production exploring imagery and memory.
Although it had been years, Jane remembers that night like it was yesterday. Young Jane was in her mother's pub 'The Old Ship Inn' and it was quite raucous. They had a lodger staying above the pub, his name was captain Billy Bones. He was a quiet old gentleman. Jane was going about her normal duties when, out of nowhere, her adventure began. Her adventure to Treasure Island!
Angel Shed Children’s Theatre 2 presents TWISTED FAIRY TALES: Sleepless Beauty & Limber-Ella. Two classic fairy tales with a twist! Prepare to see some well known characters in a whole new light. See what happens when the only ball Limber-Ella is obsessed with is a football, and Sleepless Beauty pricked her finger and has been awake for a whole year.
Teen Commandments is inspired by the writings of Fin Kennedy, James Butler and our Youth Theatre members. It is a short play that explores the stresses and strains of being a young person whilst also keeping alive the excitement and comedy of the different paths they take. The Youth Theatre members have shared their thoughts, ideas and personal stories during the devising and rehearsal process and we want to thank them for doing so.
Carrots, a play written by playwright Peter Canwell, was performed by the full membership at Angel Shed in December 2014. The play is a true story based on a famous doctor and his journey to build children's homes where no child is ever turned away. A fun filled cockney play with a real east end London feel!
Picture this, a field in Essex in March. It's damp under foot and the ground id soft. You can faintly hear the sound of the A12 in the distance. Meet a group of young people who have been sent to this field. This piece was devised by the artistic team using the youth theatres ideas for characters and themes.