BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS TERM
Term runs alongside school term (minimum eight weeks)
The Stag Youth Theatre runs weekly workshops, productions, film projects, and theatre trips, for young people aged 7 to 18.
Members have the opportunity to learn about performing, perform in shows, act in films, and look at 'behind the scenes' aspects of the arts, such as writing, directing, and filmmaking.
From theatre games to devising, the Stag Youth Theatre will help develop skills as an actor, build confidence, and provide a fun environment to make new friends.
No more than 24 young people will be attending the sessions.
Upon arrival and exiting young people, directors and helpers will have their hands sanitised with a sanitiser spray.
A one way entering/exiting system will be in place to minimise congestion and contact:
Theatre - upon arrival participants can enter via the main auditoirum doors as usual, everyone will then exit via Stage Door towards the back of the theatre.
Plaza - upon arrival participants can enter via the main Plaza doors as usual, everyone will then exit via the fire doors at the back of the Plaza, this leads into the car park, they will only exit when it is safe to do so.
A youth theatre leader will be at each enter and exit point to maintin safety and to sanitise hands.
Participants must remain within the theatre during each workshop.
If required, participants can bring their own snacks and drinks so that they don’t enter public spaces during the workshop session (such as the Stag concessions stand).
We’ll aim to practise social distancing in line with the measures the government is asking everyone to adopt in public and in workplaces.
Surfaces that young people are touching such as chairs will be cleaned at the beginning and end of each session.
Participants must use a tissue or elbow to cough or sneeze. We will provide a bin specifically for tissue waste (‘catch it, bin it, kill it’).
We’ll minimise contact with individuals who are unwell by ensuring that those who have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, or who have someone in their household who does, do not attend.