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Theatre
14-18s: Tuesdays

This group is currently full, please contact admin@strangetown.org.uk to be added to the waiting list.

Photos by Paul Johnston and Andy Catlin

Details

Age group: 14-18
Dates: Tuesdays 6-8pm: 7th September- 30th November 2021
Venue: Face-to-Face sessions at Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street - some sessions may be online using Zoom if needed
Prices:

£107 for the term NB bursaries giving discounts and free places are available.

What to Bring:

Loose, comfortable clothes and a bottle of water

Staff Members

Catherine Ward-Stoddart: Director

Catherine is a freelance facilitator and theatre maker from Glasgow. She graduated in 2014 with a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Screen Acting from University of the West of Scotland. Since graduating she has worked extensively across the central belt of Scotland including at the Tron Theatre and Macrobert Arts Centre, as well as working in schools and various outreach projects. Her work focuses on devised theatre, both in her work with young people and through her own performance career with her theatre company Spilt Milk. Catherine is very passionate about her facilitating role and aims to bring out creative potential in all the young people she works with, allowing them to find their own creative voice through making and performing.
As well as directing our 8-10s youth theatre, Catherine is assisting with our 14-18s youth theatre (Tuesday group) and leads workshops in primary schools for the company’s after school drama outreach programme.

Amy Wilson: Assistant

Amy is a theatre maker, performer and youth arts facilitator. She graduated with BA(hons) Dance and Drama from Kingston University and Edinburgh College in 2020, during which she completed a placement with Strange Town. Amy is passionate about working with children and young people and has worked extensively as an Associate Artist with Firefly Arts and has worked freelance with At the Root and Scottish Youth Theatre. Amy enjoys using theatre as means to learn more about the world in which we live and often uses movement as means of narrative within both devised performance and text-based productions.

What People Say

“Strange Town represents the positives and passions of young people.”

Youth Theatre member

“Strange Town has given me great confidence, opened up opportunities, and given me skills that I will be able to use in all aspects of life.”

Youth Theatre member
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