We have some exciting projects coming up – starting with some Spoken Word workshops and rehearsals for the ‘We Belong’ Vintage Voices event (details below) – check it out.
‘We Belong’ Vintage Voices and Brixton Youth Theatre event – 28 April 2018
Brixton Community Base and Sixteenfeet Productions would like to invite you to an evening of readings, recordings and reminiscence mapping Brixton’s recent past. The event will be hosted by the spoken word artist Elliot Daley, aka ‘Wordplay’ and will feature performances by Brixton Youth Theatre.
This project has involved local people sharing their memories of Brixton from the 1950’s to the present day. The resultant stories are thought-provoking, moving and at times very funny! We are presenting original works under the 2018 Brixton Design Trail theme, ‘We Belong’ as an acknowledgement of the connectivity between different culture, ages, hopes and ambitions.
Come and join us at Brixton Community Base, Talma Road, SW2 1AS on Saturday 28 April from 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
If you are interested in joining BYT and taking part in this event please getting touch.
We’ve been working this term on helping participants with their GCSEs
Hopefull, our workshops on Macbeth and the play DNA will bring top results!
Check out some of our BYT members sharing their thoughts in this short documentary about the science of peer-influences and why young people take risks that they take.
This lead to some inspiring themes for our improvisation workshops.
Our new term kicks off on the Friday 5th January and we are looking forward to an exciting year at Brixton Youth Theatre.
If you would like to take part in drama class, theatre trips, masterclasses and performances – then come and join us, new members always welcome.
BYT Autumn term starts on the Friday 15 September 6 till 8pm and we’re in for some jam-packed workshops of acting and drama games, improvisation and text work, masterclasses and theatre visits –
So come along and join us – and don’t forget it’s free to join..
BYT had an amazing end of term sharing of their work last week. In front of an invited audience of friends and family, then put on a very brave and moving performance of the show they are developing, about teenage angst and issues surrounding mental health – Well done to all.
BYT Summer Term kick off with a trip to the Globe Theatre to see Romeo and Juliet and now the members are looking forward to Spoken Word Masterclass that we have planned – exciting times!
Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu, a past BYT member has got a new play – check the link below for details and to view his trailer teaser!
BYT starts again on Friday 6 January 2017 – where we will begin work on our exciting new projects for the coming year.
Drop by and see what’s happening – new members always welcome!
Don’t forget, for more information on how to join BYT
email: firstname.lastname@example.org – or call Max 07960 964558
BYT members having been having an amazing time rehearsing and explore their scripts in the Friday night Acting Workshops
and are looking forward to showing their stuff at the end of term sharing on the 9 December