FullRogue – free theatre workshops

Free workshops for young people from Bristol who don't get on in the classroom.

Closes September 19, 2019

FullRogue Theatre have just made their first show Wild Swimming and it’s on at at Bristol Old Vic 10th-21st of September.

They are running free workshops for young people from Bristol aged 16-20 who might benefit from engaging in a different way of learning.

Here’s what they have to say:

We believe that classrooms can be boring but learning should be exciting, for everyone. We should know. Our director Jules has Dyslexia and ADHD and so sitting down at a desk doing writing, for AGES was REALLY BORING. But, it doesn’t have to be.

THE OPPORTUNITY:

– Free Ticket to Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) on Thursday 12th September at Bristol Old Vic.

– Free Ticket to Wild Swimming on Friday night and then a Workshop at Bristol Old Vic from 1-6pm on Saturday, either 13th & 14th September or 20th & 21st September.

– You will receive a contribution of £7 from us to support your travel to Bristol Old Vic.

We want to engage with any young person aged 16-20 who might get a lot out of watching some theatre and spending a day learning in a different way. You don’t need to be anyone. You don’t need to have ever done drama before or even stepped foot in a theatre.  As a company we believe in breaking apart the status quo and approaching things in a new and exciting way. We will spend the workshop looking gender and time and a bit of history, but we’ll also be eating lots of crisps and playing lots of games.

To sign up for this offer, please email fullroguetheatre@gmail.com

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