Tremor Theatre Company.
Worcester Youth Theatre, Children's Drama Classes and So Much More.
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T1 School years 3-6
(age 7-11) Saturday 10.15am - 11.45pm
T2 School years 7+
(age 11-19) Friday
7pm - 9pm
T1 :This term we working on a studio performance from an existing script Time for an adventure. This is a small piece, that does have room for growth therefore adding devised scenes maybe an option. The performance will take place Saturday 25th January with a technical rehearsal on Thursday 23rd Jan. Please see rehearsal schedule for more details.
T2 : This term we are working towards a main stage production that will take place in March 2014. The play Chryslids written by David Harrower was originally written specifically for young people as part of The New Connections project in 1997. Adapted from the Novel by John Wyndham the story focuses on a group of young people living in a post holocaust world who have the power to communicate telepathically. The society is divided at birth by those who are physically 'perfect' and those who are not. In an entertaining way the story poetically creates a world that is predigest and brutal to all that are different or imperfect! A very thought provoking and honest play. For further details please see rehearsal schedule.
"I learnt how to project my voice on stage"
"I enjoyed the day at Evesham - everyone had an adrenaline rush before we went onstage"
The award winning Tremor Theatre Company was founded in 2002, it is an innovative theatre group for young people. Tremor Youth Theatre is based at Bishop Perowne Church of England College, Specialist in the performing arts, in Worcester, led by Professional Arts Practitioner Mel Lewis, who is also Senior Youth Theatre Leader at The Swan Theatre, Worcester.
We focus on the ideas and creativity of young people using their thoughts and imagination to create lively and original work. All skills are welcome from complete beginners to the more experienced! Drama classes, productions and competitions are only the beginning.
Visual Attic is a visual theatre company that offer workshops for schools and various other community groups for young people through to adults. During the summer, we run holiday activties based on theatre and the arts.
Our Sister Theatre Company
Youth theatre starts back this week, Friday 6th & Saturday 7th September! Look foward to a new and exciting term.