Little Angel Youth Theatre (11-17 years)

Two term production project starting Autumn 2014

Inspired by The Jabberwocky

Our Youth Theatre is not open to new members this term due to this on-going project – However there is an opportunity to see them perform at Little Angel Theatre on 19th and 20th March as they present their own version of The Jabberwocky. Keep an eye on our ‘what’s on’ section for more information and to book tickets.

New members will be able to sign up to our youth theatre for the summer term starting in April 2015. Join our mailing list so you don’t miss out when booking opens or email for more information about our youth theatre.

Working with a professional puppet director and maker Oliver Hymans,who directed last years acclaimed YT production of Macbeth  (follow this link to see a stunning trailer for this show). This years project began in the autumn term.  The final performances will take place at the end of the spring term in March over two nights.

Saturday mornings

11.00am – 1.30pm

Bookings for full price places can be made in person at the theatre or over the phone on 0207 2261787

Please Note our concession price for Saturday Puppet Club now includes the following categories:

a)     Income Support

b)     Jobseekers Allowance

c)     Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

d)     Incapacity benefits (IB)

e)     Working Tax Credit

f)      Housing Benefit

g)     Disability Living Allowance

PLEASE NOTE – All concessionary bookings for Saturday Puppet Club must be made in person at the Box Office (not over the phone).  Documentary proof must be provided in person at the point of booking.  If you or your household are in receipt of benefits, you will need to provide a copy of your benefits letter (no more than 12 months old).

Our Box Office is usually open 7 days a week from 10.00am – 5.00pm so pop in during these hours to make a concessionary booking, don’t forget to bring your documentation with you.  Call ahead to check availability of places on the course you want to book and to confirm opening hours on the day you want

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The Youth Theatre takes place at The Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl Youth centre provides positive activities for young people aged 8-19 working with specialist providers and Partners in media, arts and sports.  The centre is a safe space for young people to build confidence, develop skills and engage with other young people and the local community.

 Sessions are open to all abilities, with young people welcome to sign up to as many opportunities as they wish.

The Rose Bowl