Wed 09 Jan 2019 to Sat 30 Mar 2019
For ages 15-24. You'll immerse yourself in devising & improvising, physical theatre and contemporary drama. You will create your own work and have the opportunity to perform it in a supportive professional and public setting. This season you will get the chance to perform in Spring Forward Festival 2019 in March.
Volcano Youth Company provides an opportunity for young people to explore their ideas, inspire one another, and discover new skills. The emphasis is on enabling the participants to unlock their creativity through experimentation in performance and to build trust and confidence (in themselves and one another) in a supportive professional environment. We challenge young people with improvisational tasks that require practical, imaginative participation. Volcano aims to equip young performers with the tools and the skills to think and move for themselves with confidence and to embrace risk and vulnerability in a collaborative setting.
Our regular Youth Company sessions start up again in the Autumn! All welcome from ages 15-24. We usually meet on Wednesday evenings 6-8pm.
Workshop with Paul Davies, Volcano Theatre’s Artistic Director, and Catherine Bennett, choreographer and movement director. At Volcano Theatre in Swansea High Street.
Younger than 13? No problem - join one of our fantastic Young Volcano groups!
Volcano Youth Company has produced three original performances (WeReallyWantToWin..., Ten Minutes Longer and Micropolis) and has appeared at Novemberfest, The Quadrant Swansea, RawFfest Wales, the National Festival of Youth Theatres, Scotland, the Wales Theatre Awards, Taliesin. Ten Minutes Longer is the culmination of a partnership project with Frantic Ignition.
Current VYC members include:
Volcano runs taster performance workshops, information and dates will be announced when they are available.
If you would like to ask some questions please contact us:
Email Barbara Sarmiento | 01792 464790
A parent or guardian’s consent will be required for all participants under 18.
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