Brixton Youth Theatre will be running a performing arts project for 7-11 year olds during the Christmas Holidays.
From Monday 20th– Thursday 23rd 2021 11am – 3pm you can come along and take part in an exciting range of drama activities which will include: theatre making, Tai Chi, improvisation, script work, music, dancing, and drawing/crafts.
And as it’s Christmas, our theme for week will be POCKET PANTO – where we’ll be having lots of fun exploring Panto Stories. If that’s not enoughyoung people will be provided with a healthy, tasty lunch.
We’ve had an amazing summer of holiday projects and now ready kick off our regular weekly sessions again, starting on Friday 11 September 6pm – 8pm. New members are always welcome and the start of a new term is the perfect time to come along and join the fun.
Brixton Youth Theatre will be running an exciting 5 day drama and performing arts project for 7-11 year olds over the summer holidays. The project will provide fun and creative drama activities, which will enable participants to explore their health and well-being in a safe and fun supportive environment.
Using the Olympic as inspiration, the workshops will look at the theme of overcoming obstacles to fulfil dreams.
Activities will include, drama games, Tai Chi, improvisation, music, and drawing/crafts. What’s more, young people will be provided with a delicious, nutritious healthy lunch.
Dates and times
26th,27th,28th,29thand 30th July 2021
For more details on how to register contact Caroline 07958 448690 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free places for young people eligible for free school meals or with no recourse to public funds. Cost for other participants £50 (£10 per session)
BYT are excited to announce a brand new programme strand for local young people aged 7 -11
BYT 7-11, Is a great new project that will run free, weekly drama and performing arts workshops, every Friday during term time 4.15pm – 5.45pm
The workshops will use drama as a fun and exciting tool to:
Build confidence, communication, interpersonal and creative skills;
Develop literacy skills, and support the school curriculum;
Build acting and performance skills and give young people access to the profession.
BYT 7-11 will provide a perfect ladder of opportunity for participants, enabling them to progress from the younger group to our well established older BYT group, (13 – 19). The young people will engage in fun, creative activities providing a positive outlet for their energy and an alternative to more negative activities and behaviour.
Sir Walter St John’s Educational Charity
If you are interested joining click here to download an application form.
Brixton Youth Theatre will be hosting a 5 day drama project for 8-11 year olds over Easter half term.
The Project will provide fun and creative drama activities, for young people based in Brixton, which will enable them to explore their health and well-being in a safe and supportive environment. The activities will include, drama games, Tai Chi, Music and dancing, improvisation, and drawing / crafts. Young people will be provided with a nutritious healthy lunch.
Easter HAF Drama Project
6th 7th 8th 9thand 12th April 2021
To register contact:
Caroline 07958 448690 or email:email@example.com
This project is funded by Holiday Activity Funding. To check eligibility: click HERE
BYT has been busy running our workshops online. We’ve been enjoying weekly play readings, acting master classes, quizzes, jokes, prizes, spoken word, castings and auditions. All to keep our sprits up, keep our talent and creativity ticking over, and help support our emotional and mental wellbeing during lockdown.
Because of the national lockdown, BYT will be running workshops online until further notice. We have contacted all our members who will be doing our first session starting 6pm – 8pm on the 8th January.
If you want to join in the fun please and want more information please head over to our About page and get in contact.
In the meantime Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year.
BYT’s 2020 Autumn term witnessed once again the wonderful creative spirit of our members.
September’s safe, socially distanced return to live sessions launched our monologue project with young people creating original characters and speeches which they shared with the group.
Also, In the autumn term our industry connections led to five members of BYT playing small parts in a feature film made under Covid Safe conditions.
With the end to this second lockdown we were able to return to the base in time for a wonderful final session in which members performed poems, read sections of plays they had written, played drama games and shared home cooked food and Pizza in a Covid safe and socially distanced environment.
So despite everything that’s going on we are looking forward to our new term beginning in January.
We are aiming to launch a brand new strand to Brixton Youth Theatre.
BYT Juniorswill be a free weekly workshops for 7 -11 year olds that will be at Brixton Community Base, Talma Road SW2 1AS starting in 2021
Over the past few years Talma Road, and the surrounding streets, have run an annual street advent leading up to Christmas. It’s been a neighbourhood led initiative to shine light on the roads leading up to Christmas and has been a fantastic way to develop community spirit. Each house selects a date in the advent and on their day displays the number in their own individual way. This year the neighbours wanted to see if they could run the advent, but also raise funds for a local charity and thought the Brixton Youth Theatre project based at the Community Centre, Talma Road was the perfect appeal to align with.
Thanks to Katie and all our neighbours for your support.
To donate follow the link below which takes you to donate to a charity page. Then type in 1082783 (charity no.) and make donation.