If you’re aged 8 to 25, interested in theatre, music, dance, spoken word, youth leadership or making events happen, there are lots of opportunities to get involved at the Albany.
The Albany Young Creatives
Are you aged 16-25?
Interested in producing, performing, technical theatre or international exchange?
Join the Albany Young Creatives to work with some of the best professionals in the industry and have the opportunity to see your ideas come to life!
Find out more:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 07984 355 826
Love2Dance - a partnership between The Albany & Lewisham Homes
Love2Dance is a free street dance programme for young people 8-18 years old in Lewisham. The programme offers young people the opportunity to get involved in weekly workshops, perform at events across the borough as well as showcases at The Albany, get involved in industry masterclasses and have the opportunity to work towards accreditation.
Have a look at some footage from our Autumn 2015 Showcase here
For more information email email@example.com
Courses & Masterclasses
There are a range of Courses and masterclasses which take place in school holidays led by industry professionals and focusing on different art-forms each time.
Next Masterclasses take place during the Easter holidays as follows
Thursday 31 March: Circus
Friday 1 April: Street Dance
Saturday 2 April: Spoken Word & Physical Theatre
All workshops are £5 per session, Free to Love2Dance participants and Lewisham Homes Residents
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately we are not able to offer work experience opportunities at this time, however if you are aged 16 to 25 and interested in learning new skills and exploring the areas of theatre, music, spoken word then we recommend you join Albany Young Creatives (see above).
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.