Vamos Youth Theatre

About VYT

Vamos Youth Theatre (VYT) is for young people (13-21yrs) who love theatre and want to learn more - for themselves or for a future career in the industry.

VYT is a challenging, exciting and creative place to learn new theatre skills, and members need to be committed and focussed. Guided by theatre professionals, the group meets weekly in term time, developing skills like voice work, improvisation, characterisation, physical theatre and the funny and fearless full mask for which Vamos Theatre is internationally renowned. There are plenty of opportunities to take part in performances and share new skills with family and friends.

VYT is a place to discover and develop performance skills in a safe and supportive environment, where everyone is valued and treated with respect.

We meet on Wednesdays between 5:30pm and 7:00pm in central Worcester and the current cost is £60 per term (bursary places are available).

Interested? See our How to Join section below.

Vamos Theatre is committed to a practice which protects children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm. You can view our Safeguarding Policy here.

How to join

ENQUIRE ABOUT JOINING VAMOS YOUTH THEATRE HERE

Age range: 13-21 years

Where: Worcester Arts Workshop, Sansome Street, Worcester, WR1 1UE

When: Every Wednesday (term time only), 5.30pm - 7.00pm

Dates for 2018/19:
Autumn Term: Wed 26th Sep – Wed 12th Dec (excluding Wed 31st Oct)
Spring Term: Wed 16th Jan – Wed 3rd April (excluding Wed 20th Feb)
Summer Term: Wed 1st May – Wed 17th July (excluding Wed 29th May

Cost: £60 per term. Bursary places are available, please get in touch for more information

If you have any questions and would prefer to call, contact us on 01905 312932. If you have already made an enquiry and would like to fill in the full application form, you can download it here.

ENQUIRE ABOUT JOINING VAMOS YOUTH THEATRE HERE

VYT funders

Vamos Youth Theatre is generously supported by The Bransford Trust.

Past funders include:  Worcester Arts Council, Sir Barry Jackson Trust; The Hive: Worcestershire World War 100 Project; Heritage Lottery Fund; The Elmley Foundation; Cllrs Derek Prodger and Paul Tuthill through the Worcestershire County Council Divisional Fund.

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