Bring The Drama - Industry Days
Free, informative and fun days for 15–25 year-olds who want to find out more about what it takes to run a theatre – who works behind the curtain, how did they end up here, and what do they actually do each day?
A backstage tour and workshop with Head of Creative Communities, Carl Woodward and James Shields, Creative Communities Coordinator
These days are designed for people who are new to theatre and theatre-making and offer practical ways of learning about the varied careers in the theatre sector.
The Dukes hopes Bring The Drama will help to tackle the wider skills shortage the theatre sector is facing as well as improving wellbeing and confidence for those involve.
This sits alongside the BBC series Bring the Drama hosted by Bill Bailey which follows eight people who have always dreamt of becoming professional actors but have never had the opportunity.
Head of Creative Communities, Carl Woodward, said: For many young people starting out today the arts are no longer seen as an option. At The Dukes, we are committed to our role as a community led organisation that invests in, supports and trains current and future generations of theatre artists and professionals to build a stronger, fairer, and more diverse arts sector. If you’re a young person looking to find out more about your local theatre, then sign up now.”
Please note: This is a free event, but there is a limited capacity, so pre-booking is essential.
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