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Making Theatre With Young People Course, Company Three

Description

Course dates 21 - 23 May 2019
Platform Islington (nearest tube Finsbury Park)

This three day course led by our artistic director Ned Glasier explores how Company Three develops source material into new plays created with large and small groups of young people. We also discuss our unique recruitment model, workshop structure and ethos.

During the course, participants work through a series of practical exercises, discussions and reflection, including a practical session with young people from Company Three's core company.

Who is it for?
*Participatory artists working with young people
*Professional writers and directors who want to develop their work with young people
*Youth theatre directors
*Youth workers and teachers

Course Structure
Tuesday - 10am - 5pm
Wednesday - 1pm - 8pm (including evening session with Company Three members)
Thursday - 10am - 5pm

Cost
£350 - payable in advance.  

* We are able to offer a two-part payment plan if you need to pay in installments. We regret that we are not able to offer refunds if you cancel your place and we are unable to fill it with another paying participant.

We are able to offer a limited number of discounted places for people from underrepresented groups.

How to apply
We want to ensure that participants gain as much as possible from this course and in order to ensure the quality of experience, places are limited.

To apply, please send your CV with a short email by Monday 1 April stating why you wish to be considered for the course and what you hope to get out of it to hello@companythree.co.uk

If you wish to apply for a discounted place, please state this clearly in your letter.

If you have any queries, please contact Company Three on 0207 609 9651 or via email

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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