Most of the LOV Venues have their own Youth Drama Groups that you can get involved in. They’re huge amounts of fun, you can learn sll sorts of new skills, make new friends and even get the chance to perform on stage at our venues! Here’s a quick summary of the drama groups available with links below:
Stamford Arts Centre has a particularly strong youth drama scene, with groups for all ages. Their Senior Youth Theatre group SSYT not only performs at the arts centre but goes on tour around the local area to schools and colleges. Check out the teaser trailer for SSYT’s current show Hang On:
Louth’s ‘Wharfingers Youth Theatre’ is for 11 to 18 year olds and meets Thursdays 5.00pm – 7.00pm during term times. Find out more information by clicking on the link above.
Young people are encouraged to join ACTion@TOTT, their community theatre company, which is open to anyone aged over 11. To find out how to get involved click on the link above.
Lincoln Drill Hall’s ‘Fisk Tank Youth Theatre Group’ will help to develop your drama , self-confidence and team building skills. Fun is guaranteed in these sessions! For more info about when the group meets, click on the link above.
Fiona Kimberley runs a number of youth drama groups for all ages, and her senior youth group are currently working on devising their own Vampire Musical! The group attends youth drama festivals and performs throughout the year, and starting soon it’s members will receive discounts off Guildhall Shows.
The South Holland Centre runs drama group courses throughout the holidays, which you can find out about using the link above.