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Woodville Theatre for Youth

 
Woodville Theatre For Youth (WTFY) is The Woodville's very own Youth Theatre Company. Come along and CREATE, DISCUSS, REHEARSE & PERFORM with the aim of teaching skills for life, not just theatre. WTFY is the perfect place for young people from all walks of life with a passion to perform! We focus on developing confidence, team building and communication skills and are deeply committed to enriching the lives of young people from the local community.
 
WTFY offers a vital, creative outlet for children and young people who may sometimes struggle to achieve and find direction in life. We provide a fun and safe environment and strive to tailor everything we do to suit our member’s needs.
 

NEW TERM DATES

WEDNESDAYS (7 Years and Over) 26 April - 5 July 2017
(Every Wednesday at 4:30pm-6:30pm. No sessions during half term)
Fees are £95 for the 10 week term and siblings get a 50% discount.
 
Weekly and half term payment options are available – please speak to Claire.

For more information about any of our sessions or to register as a new member please contact claire.goatham@gravesham.gov.uk and book your FREE taster session. For more updates find us on Facebook!
 
 

Summer Schools & Youth Projects at The Woodville

Get involved and look out for the forthcoming Summer Schools and Youth Projects at The Woodville.
 

Education at The Woodville

 
 
The Woodville has partnered with a freelance Education Coordinator.
 
 
The aims of this partnership are to:
  • Broaden the appeal and understanding of the arts
  • Provide educational opportunities and experiences for patrons
  • Delivery of workshops and tours to schools, colleges, community groups, clubs and societies, and individuals.
 
Our programme includes:
  • Workshops for young people (pre-school upwards) on a variety of themes
  • Workshops for school groups that link with areas of the curriculum
  • Workshops for people with special educational needs and/or disabilities
  • Workshops for community groups, clubs and societies
  • Master classes led by visiting practitioners
  • Workshops for schools to support our in-house productions
  • Talks and handling sessions.
 
Our programme includes:
  • Develop and promote the theatre’s on-going programme of in-house workshops and educational activities, to enhance audience and community access, enjoyment and understanding.
  • Build strong links with schools, colleges and the local education authority to develop a range of projects and workshops that promote the art form and the work of the theatre.
  • Work with visiting and in-house directors and performers to produce educational activities that support the Theatre’s major projects and productions.
  • Develop educational resources for schools, colleges and other visitor’s through a range of media that will help them make sense of our performances.
  • Explore funding opportunities for educational work, as well as provide educational input to other production and project planning processes.
  • Develop partnerships and collaborations with other organisations that provide educational and cultural activities.
 
For more information on our Education and Outreach projects please contact claire.goatham@gravesham.gov.uk
 
    
 
 
 

Claire Goatham

 
Claire Goatham, who works with The Woodville on a Freelance Partnership basis, provides an excellent range of workshops and organises Master Classes for local students eager to learn more about the workings of a modern theatre complex.