PEEKaboo Play Café
A weekly group for preschool children and their parents, grandparents or any other care giver. Come along and have a delicious lunch and take part in fun & creative activities. This project is in partnership with the NHS Health Improvement Team.
Children age 5 – 12 will explore art forms along side professional artists, experiencing new challenges and making friends.
Children age 5 – 8 explore drama and story telling through play, building friendships and confidence. Children will work towards a final piece shared at the end of each block.
Children age 9 – 12 take part in drama workshops, devising theatre, taking ownership and having fun. Children will work towards a final piece shared at the end of each block.
Young People age 13+ will create issue based theatre, exploring new styles of performance and art forms, devising innovative and powerful theatre productions. – In Two Minds
Young People age 10+ will become music champions by participating in our choir, songwriting workshops and leading their own projects. This project is part of the larger nationwide BIG Music Project.
Children & Young People explore emotional health and well-being through creativity. This process is led by the group and guided by professional participatory artists.
Children & Young People explore identity, self-esteem and gender based issues. This process is led by the group and guided by professional participatory artists.
Children & Young People will be encouraged and supported to achieve Arts Awards at appropriate level within each of our projects.
You can find out more about arts award please click here – Arts Award
A variety of creative trips and holiday activities are provided during school holidays where ever possible. All holiday activities are FREE and food provided, we aim to reach as many children as possible.
“Being in Youth Theatre has given me a lot of chances to express myself and my opinions, I feel wanted and my opinions always matter. It’s just like a second home.”
For more information about our create programme, please email – firstname.lastname@example.org