Autumn term 2018:
The first half of the Autumn term has been a blast, we have been getting to know each other and trying new ideas that help develop everyone’s performance skills.
It’s so important when making work that you create a safe environment in which everyone can feel free to explore and experiment, it has been a joy to witness all the members, from day one, be so supportive of each other. Theatre has a unique ability to allow strangers to come together and connect in a way that removes all barriers and accepts, no embraces all our differences and that’s coming through loud and clear with VYT.
So far, we have explored puppetry, emotion, wordless storytelling, ensemble theatre, to name a few things and over the next few weeks, we will be delving into script work ahead of choosing a text to be our first performance next April.
We still have some places left so if you want to develop your theatre practice, in what is a highly supportive environment then please do get in touch.
Daniel Hill, Vamos Youth Theatre director
Past VYT projects
VYT performances and projects have included:
In Dear Old England's Name
The group researched, devised and performed a short show about Vesta Tilley, a Music Hall star from the early twentieth century, who was born in Worcester. The show premiered at The Hive, Worcester and then performed at The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry as part of Highly Sprung’s Physical Fellowship.
The Projectionist The Projectionist: a performance and exhibition created by the group to explore stories from Worcestershire's cinema history. Funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, VYT performed The Projectionist at Worcester Arts Workshop, at a local school, and at Malvern Theatres. An exhibition created by the group was open to the public for two weeks.
The Godiva Project The Godiva Project: part of the West Midlands Cultural Olympiad, The Godiva Project was a West Midlands-wide series of performances and training, culiminating in a large-scale night time performance in Coventry in which VYT took part.