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Young People




UNCOVER THEATRE

 

Uncover  Theatre make large-scale, ensemble performance that is about the experiences and ideas of the group members. Our work is an organised chaos, energetic and sometimes raw with a mix of rehearsed and live moments. We use movement, design, new and original texts that we develop as a company, big soundtracks and improvisations. We are constantly developing our work, how we approach it, where we do it and what we make it about, to communicate our thoughts and ideas in different ways. We make theatre that excites us and our audiences and work that we think pushes people's ideas about what we are capable of doing as young people.

 

The group meet weekly and work towards creating performances for the Albany and other exciting festivals and venues.  We have previously performed at the Albany, Soho Theatre, Lewisham People’s Day, Forest Fest, Brockley Max and the Southbank Centre.

 

'Our youth theatre isn't like other youth theatres. If I didn't have this theatre to motivate me, I don't think I would be motivated at all.' 

- Uncover Member

 

We are currently fundraising to go on tour with our latest production of Phenomena: A Beginners Guide to Love & Physics, to find out more click here.


If you are interested in becoming a member of Uncover Theatre please contact katherine.bradshaw@thealbany.org.uk and fill out the application form which you can find here.

 


 

Work Experience

 

 

Unfortunately we are not able to offer work experience opportunities at this time, however if you are aged 13-25 and interested in learning new skills and exploring the areas of theatre, music, spoken word then we recommend you join Uncover.

 

We also regularly offer volunteer and job opportunities which are advertised online. Please keep checking our News and Jobs page for more information.

 

 

 


 

Call to Create

 

We're proud to be part of Call to Create, a global collective of over 80 cultural organisations that believe it's time to shout louder about the great art young people make.

 

For more information about this initiative, please visit the website here: www.roundhouse.org.uk/about-us/call-to-create

 

You can also keep up to date with all the latest developments with the Call to Create blog and on Twitter #CalltoCreate.